Vogue Knitting, which normally does several live conventions and other smaller events every year, did their first virtual event this past week. I went to two classes and a lecture and had a great time! Participants get a personalized Event Hub, where you have access links to the classes and lectures you have signed up… Continue reading Virtual VK Live Report
Vogue Knitting Live’s virtual event is going on this week! It sold out pretty quickly, and I missed out on several classes I wanted to take while I was fumbling with my calendar to see if there were any weekdays I would be able to take off. However, I did manage to snag two classes… Continue reading Virtual VK Live!
Mom, DH and I went to our local fiber festival today, and had a great time! Well, Mom and I did. DH had a good food-truck lunch and got in some reading and napping in the car 🙂 I went to this festival a couple of years ago, and had a good time then as… Continue reading MatSu Valley Fiber Festival!
Before I stop going on about VK Live in San Francisco, I did want to tell you about the two other classes I took. Saturday morning was Color Interaction in Fair Isle, which was taught by Mary Jane Mucklestone. She gave us each 6 skeins of Jamieson’s Shetland Spindrift (there was a materials fee for… Continue reading VK Live 3 – Last Post on This, I Swear
In addition to the classes and the pervasive knittiness in the air, the other great thing about this event was the shopping. The vendor room was BIG – a whole grand ballroom – and the list of vendors was 2 double-column pages long. So much yarn! Of course, not every shop was going to be… Continue reading VK Live 2 – The Shoppening
Just got back from Vogue Knitting Live in San Francisco! Mom and I went for three days (and a day of travel on each end of that) and had a great knitty time! There was so much going on, I’m going to do a couple of posts on this trip. Too much to write in… Continue reading VK Live! Part 1
As I mentioned in my last post, I recently took a design class with Kirsten Kapur, and designed and completed a hat. (I also designed a shawl, but it is not knitted yet). And the process (for me, anyway) went beyond the class. I had a finished hat at the end of the class, but further… Continue reading Hats Off to You!