July 24, 2007
Can it really be a year since we sat knitting with pals old and new in the beautiful old mansion that houses the Southampton Historical Society? Apparently this knitting thing is catching on, because the Society and the Rogers Memorial Library have been nice enough to invite us back this summer. It’s a crying shame you can’t be there, Ann. It’s on the afternoon of August 15, in the village of Southampton, New York. Just me and the pals and the iced tea, and of course the knitting and the yakking. Details are on a PDF newsletter here. Scroll down, and stop when you get to the fab photo of a glammed-up blond matron. (That would be me. I’m smiling because I can’t see a dang thing.)
Reservations are recommended, to ensure that there are enough cookies.
In other news, I am still knitting Sleeve Two of the Cornish Knit Frock. While I am knitting Sleeve Two, Frock Back, and Frock Front, Sleeve One is on loan to a mother of twins, who is using it as a stroller blanket. Waste not, want not!