I’ve just added a friendly ghost to my cast of characters on my Zombie Scarf! Here’s an update of knit charts for my zombie, biohazard, and new ghost! Enjoy!
Well, it’s not a rock ‘n’ roll tour, but it’s a class tour and I may be coming to a city near you!
Come by and see me at 2019 Fiber Fun in the ‘Sip in Vicksburg, MS September 26-28. I will be joined by other big names in fiber for a slate of classes unprecedented in Mississippi! Click here for a list of classes. Besides the classes, come visit the marketplace heaven for fiber enthusiasts. Click here for info on the vendor hall.
In October, you will find me in Ashville, NC for Southeastern Fiber Fair! I’m so excited to be joining this renowned and respected fiber festival October 24-27! Here are links for classes and event info. Or click the logos for more information on each festival.
Let the Good Times Roll Shawl Mystery Crochet Along is live! We are gearing up for 2019 Fiber Fun in the ‘Sip with this fun MCAL. Our vendors have put together yarn kits especially for this pattern. Visit the Let the Good Times Roll page under the Patterns menu or click here for full details!
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Fiber Fun in the ‘Sip is coming this September and I have been working on a Mystery Crochet Along, or MCAL, especially for the event! The theme is “Let the Good Times Roll” and we are going to have a great time August 2 through 30 stitching together. More details are coming soon. Stay tuned!
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I believe these divisive topics should be discussed in small groups with friends who will listen, debate, and respect relationships despite disagreements. I don’t believe it is useful to divide people in a worldwide group.
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