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Beth Brown-Reinsel "Top Down Aran Cardigan" Workshop

Yesterday I attended a "Top Down Aran Cardigan" workshop taught by Beth Brown-Reinsel :


A fellow blogger was there too and she made significantly more progress than I in spite of her having had very recent surgery on her hands!

If you knitters ever get a chance to attend a Beth Brown-Reinsel workshop, please go! She's a delightful instructor and the content is meaty yet you don't feel rushed. You're there to learn the concepts and you can rely on her handouts to catch up when you get home. The handouts are EXCELLENT and well-organized. She truly knows her stuff! She shared her "Celtic Dreams" pullover and talked a lot about her design process which was a nice bonus -- it gave me some time to untangle the mess I had made of my yarn.

I got to sit with my friends and as usual, learned a lot just by having them there to help me and let me borrow supplies. (Thank you Angelette, Mariann & Alisa). I was definitely the slacker of the group!

The event was hosted by my employers at Twisted Yarns in Spring, Texas (best little yarn store in Texas). While Beth was in town, she also conducted at least two other workshops.

Check out the new button in my sidebar - I'm actually "knitting along" this year -- it's a Sock Thing!


WoW! So cool you got to go! Looks like you learned a lot!
Sock thing! LOL!

Glad you got to go. What happens if a SOCK thing collides with a JEEP thing?

I'm so bummed - it is too late to sign up for 200Sox. I would have loved to have joined. Oh well, that is what I get for taking a week off the internets.

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