Plague-stricken, but still touring!
Well, that does it. I knew I couldn’t hold out forever. I have come down with a capital-C Cold. The tour-fun continues, though. I will be uploading photos from Spark Craft, Mind’s Eye, WEBS and Modern Yarn later; meanwhile, you can read the fantastic Lolly interview (complete with the most adorable photos ever of people reading Spin to Knit).
Tomorrow afternoon at 4:00 we’re at the New York Public Library’s Teen Center, and Wednesday at 5:00 it’s Knitty City. Thursday is Philadelphia, then down to DC for the last two stops of the tour (and yes, Lolly, you have to come to at least one of them so I can thank you for a fabulous interview!)
With that, I’m going to bed. Photos soon, I promise (check out Kim’s photos if you can’t stand the wait one more second!).
Thanks for answering the questions for my blog post, Shannon! It was fun to post about, and I am hoping to give spinning another chance 🙂
It looks like Sunday @ Wool Winders may be a better match for me – I definitely WANT to be there to meet you 😉 I will let you know!
oh no! sweets!
i hope you feel better soon!!!!
Nooooooooooo! I hope you get better real soon! Remember: lots of OJ and herbal tea or beer or something. I always get that remedy thing wrong…maybe it was crushed up aspirin in your whisky? Umm. I’m sure it was something like that…
Hopefully I’ll catch you at Knitty City tonight! Pearl and her staff are GREAT!! It would be nice to meet you after having 2 designs in your book!! Cheers!
Hi Shannon. Just got the book today. It’s great and not just because there is a page that features me 🙂 It is so full of very useful information. I am going to put it at the top of my list of recommended books next time I teach a spinning class. Its perfect for people just starting out with spinning who want to get an idea of how to do it and how to use it.