It’s May, and holy cow is my dance card is full for the month.
I might as well move into my local yarn store! Actually, people probably already think I live there. That’s okay, the bulky yarn section is full of soft squishy pillow like skeins that are good to snuggle with at night.
I made a post last month featuring classes that begin this weekend. You can find that here. One more has been added to the schedule after a demand from a few folks to offer another session out of Barbara Benson’s latest publication, after seeing the sample at her trunk show and book signing.
This one will run three consecutive weeks from 5:30-6:30pm at Yarn Rhapsody, in Gainesville, Georgia. The fee is $60, and you will have to purchase Barbara’s book, Mosaic and Lace Knits, for the pattern, this one could not be featured as an individual pattern purchase on Ravelry. Please contact Yarn Rhapsody at least 48 hours before the first session to get signed up.
Coffee and Wool now has a dedicated Facebook page too. There’s a love/hate relationship with that site but it is a good centralized spot to land all things Coffee and Wool. So if you woud like to give that a follow, the link is here.
So besides classes and social media updates, what else is going on?
I escaped Georgia for the weekend, to attend a weekend long bachelorette party at Disney World. Translation, I didn’t get any knitting done this weekend, but hey, ummmm Disney with friends. The wedding associated with this bachelorette party is at the end of the month. You know I love this friend dearly when I don a dress and heels to see her walk down the aisle.
Spring festivals are popping up left and right, so when I’m not teaching on the weekends, there will be some sneaking off to those. The Georgia Renaissance Faire is in full swing, that pilgrimage needs to be made.
And then there is a lot of watering the garden. My little patch of dirt has taken off, to the point it may need it’s own state of the garden post. I managed to make the first baby green salad of the year last night for dinner. Growing my own food makes my soul happy.
So that’s it, things are a bit busy, but in a good way.