There are acceptable reasons for not knitting in the summer: gardening, swimming, barbecuing, lollygagging; all these work for us. However, don't try telling us it's too hot. We're not saying you should be knitting on the beach (although there are people who do), but there is a little thing called air conditioning which is pretty universal in this country, which makes the argument that it's too hot just a little...lame.
There are actually plenty of reasons for knitting in the summer. First, knitting is fun no matter the season! Second, sometimes you just need to stop having so much fun in the sun, come indoors and relax. But lastly, and most importantly, you'll actually have that sweater finished when it's time to wear it. Think about it: instead of plugging away at a sweater in the Fall and Winter only to have the weather turn too warm when you finally finish, you will be strutting your newly finished sweater at soccer/football games, around the fire-pit, or just strolling down the boulevard, all to the "oohs" and "aahs" of people you pass.
Join us on Saturdays from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm this spring and summer to add to your knitting knowledge, learn some new techniques and unwind with fellow knitters. Each week we will introduce you to a new skill and make project suggestions in order to put the techniques to good use! Most of these projects will be small and very doable undertakings. This is the perfect jump-start you need to begin your hand-made holiday gifts.
This is a great opportunity to get organized, learn some new skills, and make steady progress towards your knitting goals.
This Saturday, learn Beginning Lace with Pam!
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