Since the shop opened, we’ve had great fun meeting many new friends. Tracy Willburn is one of our treasured new friends who is always knitting something beautiful and exciting–just look at the projects she has posted on her Ravelry page! At our first knit night, Tracy mentioned she took her family on vacation to Portland so she could attend Sockapalooza and develop her sock skills. We are thrilled that Tracy will be teaching “Getting started with socks” on Thurs. Dec 6 from 7-8:30.
Alison Stokes thought it might be fun to have a yarn store of her own some day, and became a friend of Harmony when she volunteered to help with our website and blog. She also taught our Kids Yarn Crafts: Introduction to knitting class, and busy kids had lots of fun! They dyed their yarn in beautiful colors with Kool-Aid, made pom-poms, worked on spool knitting, made headbands and flowers, and began knitting on two needles. Alison was interested to try knitting Entrelac because she had remembered a beautiful cardigan her Grandmother had knitted that she always wore with her “best” outfits. Alison knitted a scarf using Noro Silk Garden which caught the eye of many in our knitting group and she agreed to share her experience in getting started with Entrelac. She will be teaching our Entrelac Workshop next week on Tues. Nov 20 from 7-8.30.