Monday, January 7, 2008

The Chalkdust Knitters to see Ann Hood on Friday!!

I thought that would be a good name for us...Chalkdust Knitters...working in education and knitting...anyway...
US consists of Mom, Pepper (my sister), another middle school teacher, and an elementary school administrative assistant. We are going to Stix-n-Stitches on Friday to a book reading by Ann Hood, author of The Knitting Circle: A Novel. We're planning to eat out first (good), and then a night of literature and knitting (double good).

On the knitting front, almost done with the vibrant tomten and I started a heather green tomten with cables in the front for a friend of mine who it expecting.

1 comments:

Aurora said...

I love the vibrant tomten! I've been learning to knit, but haven't progressed beyond scarves. I applaud your skills.

What do you teach? Sorry if you've already said in the blog. I just started reading. :)

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