That makes for two weeks full of yarn, friends, classes, amazing students, and this year . . . a killer cold that knocked me on my &%$#. The fact that 13 days later I’m still sick, might explain why this blog took so long to write.
It’s been a week since announcing the raffle to win a Knitter’s Goodie Bag. You still have another week and a half to share your project online and tell me a bit about what you learned in one of my classes. I thought I’d share a few of the class projects that have come in as a raffle update.
Click here for information on how to enter the raffle for a chance to win a whole lot of goodies! #pattylyonsclassproject
Raffle Update – Patty Lyons Class Project
One of the things I most look forward to on Craftsy and on Ravelry is seeing what my students are working on. The other day I was thinking how I would love to see what the students from my Annie’s, Interweave and my live classes were up to, and while I was at it, it seemed a good excuse for (drum roll)
Knitter’s Goodie Bag Giveaway
Many of you have sent wonderful suggestions for Tuesday Tips. You’ve emailed and left comments, and asked for some fabulous stuff. Sure, there have been plenty of fancy requests, but by far the most frequently requested tutorials involve seaming.
So I’m gonna start up with the one that can make a sweater look slick or sloppy.
Seaming Knitted Shoulders
Despite the fact that it was 72 degrees here in New York a week ago, it is starting to feel like winter. In case you want to get cozy and warm, here’s a round up of winter sweater patterns (click here for more information or to purchase).
Winter Sweater Pattern Round Up
2015 went so fast! I was so lucky to get to travel all over the country meeting and teaching (and being taught by) the most amazing knitters around. The year took me to knitting shows, guilds, shops, and back in the studio to film 2 more DVDs, and through it all, you were there.
Year in Review – Knitting Events 2015
UPDATE – Registration is now open for the 2017 Cruise. CLICK HERE for info.
I’ve had a few days to recover from an amazing trip with two incredible knitting teachers, one great ship, and over 100 fantastic knitters. If you want to laugh non stop for five days, I suggest hanging out with Melissa Leapman, Laura Nelkin, and this group of knitters.