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always in progress

21 May 2009 2,331 views 13 Comments

I know it’s been forever since the last shop update, but I promise there’s a good reason for it. Behind the scenes chez Splityarn it has been crazypants with fabric cutting and sewing.

 progress

Along with the next shop update, I’m also preparing for two events. The first I’ll be selling at is the Squam Art Workshop in New Hampshire on June 6th. You don’t have to be attending the workshops to come and play. In fact, there’s going to be a big ol’ Ravelry party that night too.

 ready for the next step

The second one I’m cranking out bags for is…(drumroll please) SOCK SUMMIT in August in Portland, Oregon. I’m kind of freaking out about it. I’m so excited! And also terrified! It’s going to be like a world expo for knitting.
So many knitters, all in one place. Have you seen the teachers list? Name an influential knitter and I swear they’re going to be there teaching a class.

this pile frightens me a little

The vendor list for Sock Summit is amazing too. I’m honoured to have been chosen. I’m basically going to be sewing 6 days a week in preparation. So many boxbags! Wee pouches! Camera straps! It’s blowing my mind a little. Actually, it’s blowing my mind a lot.

one box

13 Comments »

  • JoAnn said:

    Wow. That’s a LOT of fabric. Love the different prints. How honored to be chosen to make things for the Summit. Happy sewing!

  • Jackie said:

    That is awesome news!! Good luck with all the sewing :)

  • Carole said:

    That’s great. They are lucky to have you!

  • Brianna said:

    Well, these are just stupid cute I tell ya. SUPID. CUTE.

  • Jaya said:

    I am so jealous… I wish I could come to either of those events to support you in person!
    Best of luck with all the sewing!

  • therisa said:

    That’s a huge stack! Good luck with all the sewing! Questions…how do you cut all the fabric so even and where’d you get that bat fabric?

  • Dotty said:

    Cool! I’m going to Sock Summit, too! I will track you down at your booth and make sure that I can get my picture taken with you (now that you’re famous and everything). I’ll even wear my Intrawest jacket :)

  • becca said:

    Ooh! All that fabric is amazing. I can’t wait to see your new creations. :)

  • Knitterella Purl said:

    Great news! I am so envious of anyone who can make it to Sock Summit.

  • Kirsten said:

    Holy Crap! That’s a lot of cut pieces!!
    Wish I were going to the Sock Summit! It sounds amazing.

  • sarah said:

    Hooray! We’ll be there too! I can’t wait to see your work in person.

  • Julie said:

    That is A LOT A LOT of cutting!!! Wowza! Good luck at your events!!!

  • yarnissima said:

    see you at the Sock Summit, then!

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