The response to the projects in “Annetarsia Knits” has been gratifying, and I shouldn’t be surprised because I love them, so why wouldn’t you? But now you want to knit your own versions, and finding yarn is proving to be a problem. Annetarsia is a place to use leftover yarn, and small amounts. A design […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.
This is a big topic, but I have been thinking a lot about this lately. As busy as I am, why do I feel that a day is lacking if I don’t get any time to knit? Also, if I am only knitting to meet a deadline or fulfill a committment, it doesn’t seem to […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Last night we had a party at For Yarn’s Sake. Apparently this happens every Tuesday evening, it is called Knit Chat and anyone can come. For those who haven’t been attending, we have been missing out! It’s hard to beat a beautiful, well-stocked yarn store, hospitable hosts, and engaging guests for a good time. The […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Now that “Annetarsia Knits” is getting into knitters hands, it is time to re-work my class list to reflect my take on the intarsia technique. I have been working for months on developing new classes. I want to strike a good balance between taking knitters to another level, and not intimidating knitters who have not […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The official publication date is Aug. 1, but here in Portland, “Annetarsia Knits” will be available in at least 2 shops during the month of July – For Yarn’s Sake, in the Beaverton Town Square, and Twisted, in NE Portland. Bill and I dropped books off at For Yarn’s Sake last evening, and today the […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.