Back in the Saddle

I returned from New Zealand last Wednesday, and I’m jumping right back into teaching again. My broken arm is mending well and I’m getting along just fine so long as I don’t pick up anything too heavy. I’ll post some select photos soon.

I haven’t been good about keeping my teaching schedule current so I’ll take this opportunity to report that next week I’ll be teaching at Interweave’s Yarn Fest in Fort Collins, Colorado. I’ll be teaching Thursday, April 16 (Cast-Ons and Bind-Offs), and Friday, April 17 (Socks at Any Gauge and Sweater Design Basics). There’s still space in the Socks at Any Gauge class and I’d love to see you if you’re in the neighborhood.

The following weekend I head to Houston, Texas, to teach Top-Down Sweaters with Set-In Sleeves at Knitting in the Loop on Thursday and Friday, April 23 and 24, then Read Your Knitting and Fix Mistakes on Saturday, April 25, and Cast-Ons and Bind-Offs on Sunday, April 26, for the Knit At Night Guild (fondly called KANG). I’m told that there’s still space in the Saturday and Sunday classes — it would be great to catch up with old friends and meet new ones if you care to join the guild and take one of the classes.

Those days of being doped up on pain killers and sleeping on the couch are over. And good riddance, I say!

2 thoughts on “Back in the Saddle”

  1. Glad to hear you are feeling better. That was a very nasty fracture. You know the saying, “Whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger!” You will have empathy for other unfortunate souls who have the same accidents.

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