How am I suppose to tell you all about my DFW trip in one post? Well, I will try and then, I may have to continue it tomorrow. There is so much to tell, but I will try.
Friday, I took a Lily Chin class on Computer Aided Designs. Still trying to process all of that. Great class, great information. It is going to cost me, since I now have a program or two that I want to purchase for my designing.
It was great to get to meet her in person. Everyone who knits has , will or needs to encounter Lily Chin. Anyway, great class.
|We made a trip back to Chef Point in Watauga, Tx.|
|Friday night was Ravelry night. Her I am with Sarah and her adorable, really good baby boy.|
|Here I am signing a copy of one of my books at the end of the Ravelry event.|
|My friend, Cindy is standing behind me. She looked amazing in her shawl knitted with Malabrigo sock weight yarn.|
|Here I am setting up for my class.|
|I took about 10-15 shawls for samples. I do a lot of bead knitting. It was so cold that they came in handy for the students.|
|Here is a pic of my sign outside of my class.|
|More students. I had requested a minimum of 10 and no more than 15. I had 15. It was the perfect number.|
|Sat night, we had dinner with our favorite Tx relatives, James, Patti and Jason. Got to meet Jason's girl. She is a knitter, too. A beginner, but that will change.|
|The trip to Tx is always so lovely with the roadside wildflowers. These are some showy evening primroses. AR has these, too.|
|Here I am posing with the blue bonnets. They are so glorious.|