This is the second time the event has happened and the second time I have attended.
This year had a fantastic line up of teachers:
There were so many choices for classes that I had a really hard time choosing and trying to fit everything I wanted into a two day schedule. In the end I took..
Left to right : Design a toy workshop with Susan B Anderson
Inventive Colour with Mary Jane Mucklestone
Design a Shawl with Bristol Ivy
I thoroughly enjoyed every class, learning lots of new tips and tricks along the way.
Mary Jane brought MILES and MILES of swatches, I think I spent more time oogling those and her samples than anything else. It’s no wonder I left her class feeling inspired and all fired up to knit fair isle.
Susan brought a truck show of toys that were so much fun to look at as well. I think there will be some more toys in my future too.
All 3 of these ladies were so lovely, down to earth and some much fun to learn from.
We had stunning weather for the end of September. It stayed in the 20’s all the entire time.
We ate Al Fresco all weekend,
We met new friends,
and ate delicious Spinach Feta Dip.
Heidi and I found this little gem on the second day and ended up eating there several times before heading home.
Of course it wouldn’t be Knit East without a…… Shawl Swap!!
Sarah and I organized another Knit East swap.
We had 48 people sign up for this years swap which was amazing.
So many beautiful shawls!
It was a wonderful weekend that was over all too soon.
Very much looking forward to Knit East 2015.