This year’s Knit and Crochet show was better than ever. A lot of people put a lot of work into it and it definitely paid off. There were really good classes for all skill levels. My friend, Linda, was able to find classes that suit her and she’s just beginning. All in all, it was another great success that really infused the attendees with energy and lots of yarny love. Thanks to all the people who put the show together and to the sponsors who helped make it happen! A special THANK YOU to Arenda Holladay, who tirelessly wound hundreds upon hundreds of mini-skeins for the TKGA yarn-tasting party.
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Knitta – We are everywhere!
Steven Be models a great scarf while hosting the TKGA Yarn Tasting Party
Steven Be and Stephen West host the 1st TKGA Yarn Tasting Party
Knitters line up for free drinks at the TKGA Yarn Tasting Party
TKGA Yarn Tasting Party
Yarn Tasting Party decor
Yarn Tasting Entrée Table – Worsted were presented as entrées, DK as appetizers, and sock/lace as desserts
Yarn Tasting Party Kit – The first gift tasters received was a Chinese food container with a free pair of 2.75mm Chiaogoo needles and a menu.
Yarn Tasting Dessert Table
Great decorations at the TKGA Yarn Tasting Party. The fortune cookies contained knitting wisdom and quotes from great knitters.
Good crowd at the TKGA Yarn Tasting Party
Binka Schwan works the dessert table.
Serenity Zone at the Knit and Crochet show
Michael Sellick and Ken McCamish at the Knit and Crochet Show, Manchester, NH Mikey is a wonderful guy who loves his craft and the people who do it!
Ken McCamish crochets in public!
Diva Dan – Daniel Zondervan is a warm and wonderful guy! He makes everyone feel like he’s known them forever. Instant friend and a true promoter of yarny crafts.
Doris Chan shows off her Dr Who shirt. If you ever get the chance to meet in person, do! She’s a fun and engaging person.
Torn Between Two Steves – Stephen West and Steven Be on their whirlwind tour.