I’m so excited that the time has finally come for us to talk fall retreat. Knowing that we had lovely mid-coast Maine to look forward to definitely helped make re-entry after leaving Asilomar a little less harsh!
This will be our third annual make. wear. love. retreat in Maine, and we feel like the luckiest people in the world. We can’t wait to spend the weekend in Sebasco’s lovely surroundings again, welcoming new faces and reconnecting with old. Steeping ourselves in the best our craft has to offer.
These retreats are an oasis in time, not only for the attendees, but for us as well. It’s tough to describe the magic that happens each time as we let the rest of the world go and immerse ourselves in our people – but magic it is.
We hope you’ll join us at the third annual make. wear. love retreat: east coast edition. We’ll congregate in mid-coast Maine on October 1 – 4, 2015, at the Sebasco Harbor Resort. For more detailed information, please click here to download the brochure.
The festivities will begin with an evening nosh-and-welcome reception on Thursday evening. The rest of your time will be a combination of full-day and shorter classes, lectures, evening events, a fantastic marketplace… …and of course, quiet downtime to knit with friends old and new.
We’re changing up the learning format a little bit this year! We know that you like both in-depth learning and time to sit an knit in gorgeous surroundings. So this fall we’re extending the schedule through Sunday evening, and offering a mix of one full-day session and three shorter classes. We’re very lucky to have four special teachers joining me to be your knitting guides for the weekend:
(Me, Courtney Kelley and Kate Gagnon Osborn of Kelbourne Woolens, Fiona Ellis, and Kim McBrien Evans.)
The setting is stunning, and intimate. There will be great food, great people, and all of the best kinds of learning.
Excited yet? We are! Fiona, Kim, Courtney, and Kate represent an incredible powerhouse of knitting information and are wonderful teachers, all. (Not to mention the fact that they’re awesome people and fantastic to spend a weekend with.) We’ve made the curriculum engaging but not exhausting – in addition to more traditional classes, you’ll participate in lectures, evening festivities, and get an intimate, conversation-filled weekend with our wonderful instructors. You’ll get access to a carefully-curated marketplace and special retreat designs. All against a backdrop of one of the most gorgeous places on earth.
For more specifics, get the brochure! Here’s a quick timeline for registration:
- Registration will open at 12pm Eastern on Monday, May 18. We’ll link to a google form here on the blog. At that time, you’ll need to give us basic information like your name and email, tell us which classes you’d most like to take, and tell us a little bit about your knitting skill level.
- Attendance confirmation, class assignments, and schedule will be sent by Wednesday, May 27. A non-refundable deposit of $250 will be due at this time (we’ll send you a Paypal invoice when we send your confirmation).
- In mid-June, we’ll finalize the remaining details of your retreat weekend. Your balance will be due on June 30.
We hope you can join us. We can’t wait to pull up a chair next to you, breathe in the ocean air, and dive into all things sweater.