Here's my friend Jackie, teaching a brandnew knitter.
Here's Laurie, not spinning, not dyeing yarn, not knitting. Weird.
That girl looking at the camera? Met her through ravelry. She just started a Pi Shawl. Her lace weight malabrigo yarn was so soft, I almost took it from her.
Jody and Maureen, repersenting Jody's group Chicks with Sticks of Glenmont, NY, which knits for others all the time.
We also had some very focused knitters.
The knitting guys, getting to know each other.
Where are the knitting /spinning DVDs?
This one spun at breakneck speed. Without looking.
Trudy, in the middle, in a Philosopher's Wool sweater. I taught that dear woman how to knit a couple of years ago. Now SHE teaches at a local yarn shop.
Unfortunately, I didn't get this lady's name. I'm sorry. I was focusing too much on her Hanne Falkenberg cardigan. See above, too.
This young man here did the rounds, charming all the ladies. He's been crocheting since grade school, and knitting since middle school. (Freshman in college now). This was his 41st sock; he is making this pair for his little brother. The hat on his head? One of several dozen he's made. You go, Johnathan!
I almost feel like I'm going to have a knitting hangover tomorrow.