A Year of Teaching Knitting – 2016 Review

Another year of teaching, traveling, knitting and laughing has come to an end.  I am so grateful that my job is to travel all over the country meeting and teaching (and being taught by) the most amazing knitters around.

This year saw travel to 22 cities, teaching hundreds of students live, thousands online, and 28 private students (live and streaming on the web). There were ups and downs, bad travel connections, lost luggage , and through it all, you were there.

Year in Review  – Knitting Events 2016

As always, I wanted to take a moment to thank all of my amazing students.  That includes all of my online students from Craftsy, Annie’s and Interweave.

You’ll never know how much teaching you all means to me. You will also never know how much the cards, notes, PMs, tweets, online class reviews, and Ravelry messages mean to me. I love hearing about your successes and your knitting growth, and I’m so proud to be a tiny part of it.

I’m not so great at remembering to take photos when I teach, so I have shockingly few, but here’s a few shots from my year.

If you see yourself in a photo, leave a comment and say hi!

See you somewhere in class in 2017 (I already have 26 trips booked, so I’ll be there somewhere!)

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