Meeting with Craftsy instructors inspired me to take all of their classes. Eventually I hope to get there, but it will take awhile! I’m starting with Myra Woods’ class, “Modern Irish Freeform Crochet”. I have enjoyed crochet in the past, and would do more of it now if I wasn’t spending so much time knitting […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Freeform Crochet with Myra Wood
Sandra took an Annetarsia class last year at Interweave Yarn Fest, and she wrote to me recently about starting a pair of socks worked ITR. I asked her to send me photos when she finished, and today – she did! They are knit with Regia from stash, and she put her own spin on the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Sandra’s wonderful Annetarsia Socks!
This weekend, for the first time ever, Craftsy invited instructors to meet together. Not to teach, but to LEARN. We learned about how to communicate better through electronic and social media, and what we can do better to educate and inspire you. We had the chance to meet each other and share our interests and […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Craftsy Instructor Summit was amazing!
The books arrived! Yesterday morning, a great big semi-truck parked in front of our house, loaded with cartons of “Annetarsia Knits”. The UPS drivers were able to get the pallets down our “difficult” driveway (it is a bit steep). Good friends Sam and Randy helped Bill unpack the cartons and stack them in the garage. […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on “Annetarsia Knits” books arrive at the Berk distribution center (our garage!)
I’ve been a bit quiet for the past month. I trusted you not to notice because it was the holidays and everyone was busy, but that wasn’t my reason. I was occupied by bad news, and only like to post about positive things. Fortunately, it looks like things are looking up, so I will fill […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on “Annetarsia Knits” crisis averted