|Porch Knitting and Spinning in Maine|
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I’m going to Rhinebeck!
Cornerstone Fall Retreat October 21-24 in beautiful Washington IL
Spring Retreat Feb 26-27, 2016, Details and registration TBA.
Knitting Pipeline Maine
Maine Mitten Project (63 pair). Thank you, Mary, for delivering the mittens for us. Check out Mary’s podcast, Knitting Dish.
Susan B Anderson Mary Millie, and Morgan Doll Workshop
|Susan teaching doll workshop|
|My Morgan doll|
Kristebee’s Top Secret Mini
|Kristebee and Susan. photo credit Kristebee|
|Mini Kristebee and Susan. photo credit Kristebee|
Karen of Seven Sisters Arts in Blue Hill Maine Thank you, Karen!
|Karen of Seven Sisters Arts and Paula|
|Indigo Dyeing in progress|
|Susan B Anderson unfolds her scarf after dyeing.|
Thanks to Jo, Qwiltnknitnut for helping Karen!Shibori
Sashiko (The Purl Bee)
|Sleep sac is a gift from Karen.|
|Love the hood too!|
|The straight line stitching was easy. I used 6 strands of floss.|
|My indigo sock blank ready to go!|
Mini skeins from Seven Sisters Arts
Vendor Fair and Book Signing by Susan B Anderson and Hannah Fettig (Knitbot)
|Hannah Fettig and Paula|
Seven Sisters Arts Matrika (fingering) and Zenith (sport, light DK)
Camp Wool in downtown Kennebunk
|Camp Wool Purchases|
|Wooly Charms from Camp Wool|
By all these lovely tokens September days are here, with summer’s best of weather and autumn’s best of cheer.” ~ Helen Hunt Jackson
Have a great week, haste ye back, and hold your knitting close.