I will be speaking at The Westchester Knitting Guild meeting, on September 22nd, 2008 at 7pm. The guild meets at the Chappaqua library. If you are interested and you're not a member, you can come as a guest and maybe join while you're there! I will be discussing lace traditions across both time (a few centuries) and space (a few countries.) I will bring charts to share. You can knit while I chat. The small pink and white sampler below is what we'll use, so bring needles and smooth, skinny yarn. I will also be teaching a lace workshop at Knitting Nation, in Nyack, New York, in October. This workshop will use a set of my special charts to explore a variety of lace techniques. The picture below and the pink and green swatches above will be part of the plan. Read more about it at the Knitting Nation website. I'll post a reminder and more details in October, but consider holding a spot for yourself now if you are interested. The workshop is two Sunday afternoons, but you can join for either or both Sundays, and you can choose to work on my special swatches or one of two projects you can knit using the same charts.
I have some other crazy stuff to share, but I deleted the pictures by accident so it will have to wait...until then, knit on!