Here are some highlights of the event...
Co - Chairs Mo and Sue gracefully put everything together
Ann & Louise were busy at our "For Sale" table, selling mugs, T-Shirts and note cards.Louise also organized the 40 teachers for 51 classes.
Gloria and Rose sold RAFFLE tickets and we had terrific DOOR PRIZES.
Here is guild member, Marianne, with the clown she made for our raffle.
Thank you to Kathy, for handling the blankets and the Caps for Kids campaign.
We made 150 baby blankets which are being donated to a local Cleveland hopsital. Here are just some of them on display.
I also found some double pointed needles and an assortment of sock patterns at our
Soft 'n' Sassy booth to autograph copies of her book,
KNIT WIT KNITS
YARN KNIT BY SUE
STITCH PIECE 'N' PURL
RIVER COLORS FIBER STUDIO
FRENCH CREEK FIBER ARTS
As a committee member, my job was to put together all the
I TAUGHT my first class "FELTED BAG WORKSHOP".
I modeled my Hyphen-Boy Modular Felted Bag in the fashion show at lunchtime.
Other fashion show highlights included my friend (and fellow Dentist!) Marilyn with her
Einstein Coat. This project is on my To Do list from the book,
"The Knit Stitch" by Sally Melville.
In addition to handling the sale items, teaching, and offering her technical computer expertise in ALL the areas of our event,
The pattern, from the book,
"Vogue Knitting On the Go Shawls"
is actually for a shawl, as seen here on Sue, but the rest of us made just
one strip for a fun scarf.
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