Knit and Crochet Show Summer classes posted

Wow, what a whirlwind week blogging for the Knitting and Crocheting Blog Week. I hope y’all enjoyed it! I did. It was fun.

So much so that I got up this morning and started to look for the next prompt. 🙂 Then I realized I didn’t have to do that today, and went about my morning.

Then I remembered that I usually blog on Mondays, and so here I am again.

Last week, the detailed class listings for the Summer Knit and Crochet Show were released. Registration starts on April 7th (this Thursday). The summer show is from July 28-30 (with Professional Development Day on the 27th) in Minneapolis, MN.

There’s lots going on this year and I’m sure it’s going to be just as exciting as the past two years I’ve attended. But why am I posting about this today?

Glad you asked. 🙂

I’m teaching four classes at the Summer show.

Thursday, July 28, 9a-12p: Introduction to Thread Crochet

Friday, July 29, 2p-5p: Organizing Your Space (Great for both crocheters and knitters)

Saturday, July 30, 9a-12p: Design Your Own Filet Crochet

Saturday, July 30, 2p-5p: Broomstick Lace Cloth (This is great if you’ve never done broomstick lace and want to learn)

If you’re over on the Fibers By Tracie group on Facebook, I have each of these classes listed as an event. So please feel free to RSVP there if you’re planning on taking the class (doing so does not register you for the class, it’s simply to let me and others know if you’re coming). I always love hearing who will be in my classes before I get there. 🙂

You can see the whole list of all the classes for the Summer show here.

Okay, lunch time over for me and I have to get back to this current design project, so I wish all of you a wonderful week and I’ll talk to you later!

Oh, PS: Yes, I’m aware the website is down. I’m in the process of moving it. Things came up when I went to get help to do it, and it’s taking me a bit longer to finish up (due to my schedule, not theirs). Hang in there! If you buy patterns from me through my website, you can also go here to Ravelry to buy them. You don’t have to be a member of Ravelry to see them (but you should anyway!). Thanks so much for your continued support!