If you live in the MANY parts of the country where the spring is rainy and chilly, it may be time for a trip to Sunny California. If you’ve never been to a Vogue Knitting Live, you don’t know what you’re missing. Book your flight because you might . . .
How could it be nearly April. This year is going faster than ever. I’m lining up all sorts of fun things for the rest of 2016 and have even lined up some fab events for 2017. I promised a summer update, so here’s a round up of the Summer teaching events (HINT: read all the way down to the bottom of the page, I have a VERY exciting surprise!!!)
Summer 2016 Knitting Events
Life is full of changes. Right now my husband and I are selling our home. It’s a long story, but we’re getting ready for a move and we don’t know to where.
Getting your place ready for an open house means packing up a LOT of your stuff. For a knitter, that means packing up yarn, sweaters, gloves, hats, and every form of handknits you can imagine.
Sometimes we see something on our knitting that looks a bit odd, similar looking to the V of a knit stitch, but a bit bumpy and with a slight slant. That’s a twisted stitch!
How to Avoid Twisted Stitches!
This is the book I’ve been waiting for. It was a couple of years ago that Carol Sulcoski first told me about her book idea. Knitting trivia, weird facts and general fascinating tidbits about knitting! Sign me up!
Knitting Ephemera Giveaway
In past Tuesday Tips we have touched on gauge (as many of you know, one of my favorite topics). We’ve talked about how you can measure when you can’t see your stitches, and how to block your swatch. Today I want to deal with another special gauge situations, knitting in the round
Gauge Swatch in the Round . . . or Speed Swatch!
2016 has started out with a bang. A great teaching trip to TNNA and Vogue Knitting Live NYC. Now I’m getting ready to head out to Stitches West, but before January & February becomes a memory, here’s a round up of the Spring, Early Summer teaching jobs.
If you are in the New York area, you can book a private lesson with me here.
2016 Knitting Events – Spring & Early Summer
Wow. A couple of weeks ago, I ran a raffle to win a goodie bag full of yarn, needles and notions. I asked my students to share a swatch, or project that they made from class. There were some amazing entries, and the randomly chosen winner is one of my Vogue Knitting Live students from the most recent show in New York.
And the Raffle Winner is . . .
“In which Patty ventures to Manhatten, teaches 165 students, loses her voice and is saved by her friends and the staff of Vogue Knitting Live.”