Knitting at the Library!
September 6, 2006
A quick note to all you middle Tennesseans out there (and I do consider you an honorary middle Tennessean, Kay).
A new lunchtime knitting circle is forming at the downtown branch of the Nashville Public Library. We’ll be meeting every second Monday of the month in the second floor courtyard, which really is a little slice of heaven.
Our first gathering: this Monday, September 11. Noon to 2 pm. Come on! It gives you an excuse to see this beautiful library! Get out of the house! You never know who might show up–maybe we’ll even see Francie Owens, she of the mighty mitered square polymer pins. I ran into Francie last week at Threaded Bliss Yarns, so maybe she’ll come explain how you make miters out of clay. Seems complicated to me.
Here are directions and parking info. Parking is in the deck attached to the library, so it’s not too tricky. If you’re hungry, grab a sandwich at Provence, which is located in the building. (You can hear Rachael Ray’s happy-gal review of the bakery here.
Come one, come all! It’s going to be a ton of fun.