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Thursday, September 27, 2007

Earning my keep

And here we return to a bit a knitting content!

Those of you who visit the blog, may have notice that ol' Winston has been bumped down a little bit in the sidebar - I have added a couple of new self-promoting segments to the sidebar (after all... a girl needs to eat)

One is my Market Diary. As of this weekend I will no longer be spending my Sundays lolling around in bed until noon. I will be bright eyed and bushy tailed and trailing the markets down on the peninsula - the next one is at Queenscliff, and it appears that the weather will be playing the game. I'll be there from about 8 til 2, socialising, knitting and spindling - so if your inclined come down and say 'hello' to me. Feel free to bring your knitting and show it off! No pressure to buy, but I will have some yummy handspun yarn and kitchsy stitchmarkers available.

The other is my class timetable - I will be teaching a 3 hour class on a Tuesday evening at the LYS here in Geelong (Stitchery Blue for those in the know!) The class will be on sock techniques and will cost you $27 for the the evening... What does that $27 get you, apart from my wonderful company and expertise? Well, we will also provide you with a light supper, and you will leave having made a complete (albeit tiny) sock! The sock you make will teach you all the techniques needed to make comfortable, cuff-down, handknit socks - and I will be sending you home with a pattern for adult socks. If you're at all interested, call Stitchery Blue to sign-up...

No, really, please do!

I need a minimum number of students to run the class or else it will be postponed til next autumn. If you have ever wanted to learn how to knit socks, or just interested in perfecting techniques come along. I promise we will have fun (and besides - it will be in a yarn store after hours... that in itself it worth tuition fee!)

Here are a few pictures of the sample sock I have made (that you will make in 3 hours) - it makes the perfect mobile-phone cover, or alternatively - make two and give an infant you know happy feet!




3 comments:

Lisa G said...

Hey lovely, congrats on the new job...in a yarn store none the less!! You'll be right in your element. And the classes and the markets! You go girl!

Stopped by to let you know that mum is in Geelong for the Textile Fibre Forum. They have an open day on Saturday....YOU GOTTA GO!! :-) But then again, you've probably already sorted that out!!

Love and hugs :-)

Jejune said...

Love the sample sock - how clever to make the different sections in different colours! Hope your classes and markets go well!!

Thanks so much for ordering Knitting Art cards from me, too (cos a girl's gotta eat) - they're in the post today :D

Lynne said...

Lovely cute socks! And what a great idea for their use. Good luck with the job, I hope it goes really well and you get lots of students.