Variety, the Spice of Life

Posted by Caroline Hershey

Knit Knight is a mini education for us.

The conversations fly at Knit Knight and if you have a question you toss it out. If someone doesn’t know, then probably the next week we’ll have the answer. I have a loom that I bought several years ago with great plans (don’t you have some great plans that are on the back burner) and Ann took it on as a project to get it up and running or weaving I mean. She got all theann-weaving1 heddles and parts connected and wove this lovely sample. She tried to get me going on it and I did weave a little, but with the move looming, :) over me, I didn’t want to start a new project. It is just nice to have it in workable condition.

Someone asked about broomstick lace crochet and Michelle proceeded to show us how it is done. Her grandmother taught her. Aren’t grandmothers wonderful! Sorry I didn’t take any photos of the finished piece.

We hold Knit Knight at the shop every Thursday night from 6-8pm. Schedule over summer changes sometimes so please check the schedule on our web site for updates.

One Response to “Variety, the Spice of Life”

  1. Michelle Ehrich Says:

    I’ll try to remember to bring my finished broomstick afghan next time so you can see it in a big piece. It is really pretty.

    Have moving plans come further along???

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