Sorry, I didn't get this posted sooner!!!
Frank and I just wanted to let you know we are excited that registration is now open for the 2012 Men's Rocky Mountain Knitting Retreat. Instead of me invoicing you, just click the BuyNow button from this page: http://www.mensknittingretreat.com/register-for-rmmkr-2012.html (Just cut and paste this into a browser window!)
A recent knitting friend of my landed a job as the Managing Editor for a nationwide knitting magazine. They are light on patterns for men and they wish to include two patterns for men in the magazine.
If you would like the opportunity to publish patterns, please let me know and I will connect the two of you.
Here is the process for registration.
1. Fill out the Registration Form. It's a simple word doc. (Let me know if you can't open it.) The form can be located here.] Download the form and complete. There is a link on the form to the cabin layouts. Click it to view. FYI - Queen beds for couples first.
2. Send the form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just to let you know, we will open registration on March 1.
The retreat is a four day/three night retreat starting Thursday, July 14, 2011 to Sunday July 17, 2011.
I may be getting some llama fiber. 10 or so fleeces from some one I know.
What would I do with all of these? Get them processed and sell them on Etsy??? Or... Suggestions???
So... I will be in Chicago in a few weeks and I want to know the great yarn shops are. Any thoughts???
I have been working on my first sweater. I put it up on Manny yesterday before I joined the body and started on the arms to see what the stripe did. I am happy with it.
I need a ten step program for buying yarn. The closest yarn shop to me has gone out of business. So, that means over the past two weeks I have been buying yarn. Lots of yarn.
I started another scarf the other night. I have been thinking about this one for some time.
Mom's Scarf -- There, I frogged it.