Posts filed under: Teaching

This is a quiet weekend.  Stay home, watch curling (The Brier is on!), and knit.  I will finish the scarf that I was grafting and block it.  I will finish the...
I have been creating many things lately that are beaded. At the same time as creating my scarves and hats, I have been writing a small article on “bead knitting” and “beaded knitting”. I...
What does “On Track” mean really?  I have got my list of projects and they are progressing…… with a few minor diversions.  But what about the rest of life?  Does...
I am starting to feel like there is light at the end of it all! The patterns for Vogue are written;  the spring class samples are well underway and the Christmas...
We went to get the Christmas Tree this morning.  It was beautiful – and still is!  The sky is blue, the sun is shining and the snow is halfway down Mount...
By the end of next week I’ll be finished the knitting for Vogue.  My next projects will be the class sample for the Spring Class and Workshop Sessions.  I’ve decided...
Accomplished many things! Last year I met Abbott Smith.  This week I participated in 8 hours of classes taught by Abbott.  My brain is still reeling. Four hours of colour...
And Fall on the brain!  I was recently participating in a photo challenge on Facebook, it was to take a picture of what fall meant to you – something to...
Last night was a perfect teaching experience. The class was an evening class that runs from 5:30 to 7:30, and it was Beginner’s II.  Beginner’s II is a class for knitters who...
After spending 25 minutes looking through my photograph files on my computer for the “good” pictures of the Harvest Tea Cozy to upload them to Patternfish, I have decided that maybe, just...