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Thursday, September 24, 2015

Goodbye Summer....Hello Knit City 2015!



I blinked and summer was over.


On the last day of school, Elsie and I made a pact that this would be the best summer ever. And now, looking back this 2nd day of fall, I can honestly say it was. We packed it all in and squeezed every last ounce of summer fun out of the last few months. We hit the road, we camped, we hiked, we beached, she cruised (spoiled girl!). I made us matching "play-suits", took my first solo camping trip, island hopped, ran my first half marathon, neglected my garden, and discovered the ideal way to make s'mores.

Shannon and I ventured to Churchmouse Yarns and Teas on Bainbridge Island and Tolt Yarn and Wool in Carnation Washington -- it was amazing to meet so many knitters and to reconnect with ones we already knew! Shannon wrote a great recap of all the goodies she came home with here. I also sat down with Felicia Lo as a guest of the Sweet Georgia Show, it was a really fun interview with lots of thoughtful questions, have a listen here.

And now that summer is officially over, knitting season is in full swing and Knit City is just around the corner!

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October 2-4
Market Place 9am-5pm, Sat & Sun
PNE Forum, Vancouver, BC

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Shannon and I will have a booth again this year! We'll have all of our books -- ISLAND, JOURNEY, and SEASONLESS with us as well as the trunk shows on display so you can see the samples first hand and try them on. We'll also both have patterns and samples from our own pattern lines. And we've completely redesigned the booth with a fresh new look! I am so excited to reveal it at the show -- I hope you'll love it as much as I do.

I'll also be bringing my newest (yet to be released) pattern with me. If you follow me on Instagram you've probably been watching this one come together. I can't wait to share it with you!


Will you be at Knit City this year? I hope so!