Vogue Knitting Live in Seattle was simply wonderful. What a great and interesting city full of talented and fun knitters. This is one of the best events I have ever attended, I loved it. My classes were well-attended (some huge!) and Vogue, as always, does a top-notch job.
Here is my trip in photos.
And yes, that is chewed gum... and yes, you can smell the gum, too. Creepy and fascinating both.
Lunch at Farestart in Seattle - delicious. Pasta & Co. in Bellevue was another favorite lunch spot for sandwiches and soup.
My son came with me!
I love this tall tree-lined archway.
Now for some knitting and event photos!
When the people walking by the book signing table found out the toys could reverse they went crazy! They literally stopped in their tracks. It was really fun to see the reactions.
Delores' (one of my students) beautiful daughter at my book signing. She loves the toys!
Dinner at the Crab Pot with some Itty-Bitty Knitters (my ravelry group) and a former editor of mine. From left to right - Suzanne, Kriste, Veronika, Becky, Melissa and me.
My new book and toys!
Becky and Veronika from the Yarn on the House blog (me in the middle) in one of my classes!
Becky and Veronika proudly wearing their Ebb Cowls in my Fair-Isle Hat Workshop.
Allegra from Petite Purls is working hard in class!
Thank you to the Seattle Knitters Guild for having me at their meeting and giving me rides, Vogue Knitting Live, Adirondack Yarns for hosting my book signing in the market - it was a great success, Veronika for the rides to and from the airport, and mostly to the spectacular, fun and vivacious knitters in attendance at the events. My classes were an absolute blast!
I hope I get invited back soon.