I apologize for the poor sound quality, but I'm new at this!
Every year I am so grateful for the SC Knitting Guild's annual knitting weekend. I get to see old friends, I get to make new ones, I get to TEACH! Plus there is knitting, wine, and fun. This year I taught my Sandy Scarf, named for my friend Sandy at last year's Knit Inn (Her: "What are you calling that new design you're working on?" Me: "I don't have a name yet." Her: "You should name it after me." [laughs] Me: "Ok I will!"). It's a fun pattern to teach and I'm glad to be able to honor Sandy with a pattern, since if it weren't for her, I might never have sold The Reversible Cable Wrap or the Carousel Hat to Red Heart. Y'all need friends like that your life, trust me!
Huge shout out to all the hard-working organizers who put this event on every year.
And to whomever set off the fire alarm at 2am...why?? lol
It's a very sad thing that the Charleston area isn't currently served by an LYS. The good news is that the lovely Stephanie at SLO Yarns is working on providing a local alternative to the craft stores and online ordering. Super excited!!
Classes, though, are just as readily available as they always were--through yours truly! I am available to teach to your group as well as for individual private instruction. If you would like to learn something that I've never taught, just ask. When one of my sweet students asked to learn Brioche, it kicked off a 3 month journey of stitch techniques that netted 3 different classes and won some new converts to this fun stitch pattern.
Click on the banner at the top of the page for more info about current class offerings, or go to our FB events page.