As I head into my last marathon month, I’m trying to take time to appreciate the little things. Like finding perfect buttons in the vintage section of my button stash.
(I love a good button stash. So tiny! So exquisite!)
And the classes I have throughout April! Classes continue to be one of my favorite things to do. Last weekend I flew to Pittsburgh for a 6-hour class with the Three Rivers Knitting Guild. I adore 6-hour classes. There’s so much time for discussion! For trying things on! For getting everyone’s individual questions explored until we’re all sure it makes sense. They’re truly luxurious.
I’m teaching another 6-hour class here in the Boston area, next weekend on April 14. It’s at the Hub Mills Yarn Store in Billerica, and they wrote yesterday saying they still have a few spots left. After a busy April, I’m taking the summer for some much-needed R&R, so this is the only remaining 6-hour class until fall.
Spring has sprung here in Boston, but I remain hopeful that there will be time to squeak in one self-pub pattern before the dog days of summer. Can I ask your opinion, dear readers? Do you like summer knits? Or if a pattern isn’t ready until May, should I wait until fall?