and no one was disappointed.
Some of you know I have an affinity for a certain southern gentleman, I can listen to “ya’ll” and “becoss” intonation of southern voices forever and a day and be happy. I was looking forward to meeting Charles Gandy if only for the fact my ears would be very happy for the 6 hours.
I did not expect to be grinning ear to ear within minutes of grabbing my chair.
( a bit of housekeeping here: to get things to display the way I would like, if you click on the first image of the thumbnails the image should open in a browser format with the captions below and arrows on either side of the image to go forward and backward through the slide show)
Some things I took away from the class are, It’s only yarn, experiment and have fun. I may not be putting bobbles on the next thing I knit or making 3 needle attachments very soon, but it is so nice to know if I wanted to do something like that I now have the background and knowledge to go for it.
Charles, thank you so much for a wonderful class, you gave us a lot of information and incentive to play, and I am happy you have youtube videos up to help us along if we get stuck or can’t remember exactly how to finish up that twist. Something I will more than likely be referring to soon as I contemplate my Christmas Wreath Socks.
I am very grateful to have had another opportunity to spend a full day with a great group of knitters