Okay, I've finally gotten around to posting Knit Michigan pictures and they won't upload. I've sat here in front of the computer for at least 20 minutes trying to make it happen and I've lost my patience. Sorry, you'll have to wait for another day.
You'll notice even more issues on the top right of the blog. I found an extra cool Michigan knit ring, but can't seem to get us officially linked to them. For now, if you go to the actual site, you may find some interesting bloggers talkin' about their knitting. . .one may be your neighbor! Hopefully I can get that resolved in the next few days. (But can I tell you how proud I am that I actually got the html code to have the stuff posted there?)
In the meantime, Kim sent me these links a week or so ago, and I thought you'd all enjoy looking around. Just in case you want to get started knitting your chemo caps for next February's Knit Michigan. . .
And Sally sent along this link to a cool new knitting newsletter. . .be one of the first kids on the block to sign up! I've already gotten my 2 free patterns from them and can't wait until they go live. I LOVE Interweave, they have such interesting and creative patterns, that even if I don't have the time or skill to knit them, they still are inspiring. . .
Don't forget that our February meeting is NOT the 3rd Tuesday this month--Berkley schools are closed for mid-winter break. We will be meeting on Feb 27 at 7 pm in the Anderson Middle School Cafeteria. Our "lesson" this month is cables. . .bring scrap yarn and needles to match if you just want to play around, or about 400 yards of a worsted or light worsted yarn if you want to make a cabled scarf.
Speaking of scarves. . .Judith will be collecting for S.O.S. again, as cold as it's been please consider making a few more scarves to donate. . .
Pictures soon. I hope.