Dear all intrepid knitters,
Suppose you find yourself at a large knitting convention in New York City on the weekend of January 15-17, and you’re wondering what to do with yourself at 7:30 am on a Sunday morning with a pile of handknits on and no place to go.
WE HAVE A SOLUTION FOR YOU.
Come join us for a walk in the park! The greatest of parks! Central Park!
This unprecedented ramble will feature a) fresh air that will range from brisk to freezeyerassoff, b) prime sweaterspotting (accessory-spotting more likely, given the need for jackets, parkas, and puffercoats), and c) the company of like-minded knitterly souls.
We ramble only when there’s a reward at the end—in this case, coffee and a carb. We are not so intrepid that we can cart a barrel of coffee to Central Park, so Le Pain Quotidien is doing the work for us, hence the coffee/carb tuition. Please head over to Eventbrite here to sign up.
Vogue Knitting Live has a wicked list of more than 200 classes, with the knitting world’s finest teachers—Kate Atherley, Mary Jane Mucklestone, Laura Nelkin, Franklin Habit, Amy Singer, and dozens more. And the yarn market is notorious.
Hope you can be there. Olive will attend if she’s in the mood.
Kay and Ann