Wednesday night was pretty wet, and windy. But the Stitch 'n Pitch organized by Yarn Garden's Lindsay Potter and WovenArt's yours truly was full of warm fuzzies.
I was truly amazed at how many lovely people came out to the ball park on a really rainy evening. There was a $2 cosmo special going on. And the food was worthy of the Ball Park rule ( I only eat brats and wonder bread buns at a ball park). The goody bags were super cute, stuffed with baseball themed treats. Special thanks to Lindsay for designing a twisted stitch baseball sock - it is so awesome I am going to have to knit two. Unless she let's me keep the shop model she sent. Then I only have to knit one semi matching one.
Here are a couple of Oakland shawls in process with the wonderful Kauni yarn.
At least one of these knitters is trying to master Judy's Magic cast on.
The game was a little slow.
Most folks stayed until around 9:30 - just in time to hear the National Anthem. A big thank you to everyone who came, and enjoyed! Knitters are the best people.
Owner of Woven Art for 10 years, I learned so much about fiber arts. The education of owning a yarn shop was as valuable as the Master of Fine Arts in Fiber from University of Michigan. I am pleased now to have the opportunity to put these things together. N.anne Design Studio.