Archive for the 'classes' Category

Kumihimo Seminar

One of the two seminars I took at the ANWG Conference was on the topic of kumihimo. The seminar was originally to be taught by Makiko Tada, but unfortunately she had an emergency come up and was not able to teach at the conference. The capable Shirley Berlin stepped in and took over our seminar. […]

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Mitten, Finished

My crafting and blogging mojo is pretty much at nil right now. But I finished my Madrona Latvian mitten last weekend: madrona mitten, thumb side mitten, top side Fun project, fun class. Take a class with Beth Brown-Reinsel if you have the opportunity! I hope to be able to budget the time and money for […]

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Madrona Aftermath

E (PokingMyEyesOut) already posted about our class (and other fun) at Madrona. The hotel was really cool. I had no idea what it was going to be like, other than knitters and spinners everywhere. I’ve never taken a class before. I have been to MD Sheep and Wool a few times, but Madrona is a […]

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Madrona Bound (for real)

Tomorrow morning I wake up early and head down to E’s (PokingMyEyesOut) and then we take off for Madrona in Tacoma. We are taking Beth Brown-Reinsel’s all-day Latvian Mittens class and looking forward to it! We’ll be taking good notes for GD (ChezDavis)! Beth Brown-Reinsel designed Celtic Dreams, the sweater I will be wearing tomorrow. […]

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Madrona, Here We Come!

For the past few years, I’ve wanted to go take a class at Madrona Fiber Arts Winter Retreat. I planned to fly to Seattle for a short vacation, stay with E (pokingmyeyesout), and then we could go to Madrona! Madrona is in February. DH and the quadrupeds and I move to Seattle in mid-December. You […]

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