This coming Thursday 29 October until Sunday 01 November marks the annual pilgrammage of a large population Ireland’s crocheters, cross stitchers, felters, knitters, quilters, lacemakers, scrapbookers, sewers, spinners, weavers, you get the general idea. All these people will descend on Dublin’s Knitting & Stitching Show to experience a bit of retail therapy, learn a few new skills and meet up with friends from all over Ireland.
If anyone is up for a knitting meet-up during the Show…
Thursday 30 October:
Anyone want to meet for a cup of tea ? A few of the Irish Knitters from Ravelry are planning on meeting in the big restaurant on the right hand side of the hall at 12.30pm and again at 4pm – just look out for anyone wearing a Ravelry badge!
What a lovely sight to see when one opens the Sunday paper…
Lisa Sisk from This is Knit
There is a new feature in the DKC blog called Q & A. It is a page for questions and answers. Anyone may answer the email personally or click to the comments section and answer the question.
Anne sent us an email this week about a new 6 week knitting course presented by the Dublin Woollen Mills and the Curved Street Cafe.
You can find more detailed information here
I have taken a few photos and I have forgotten who these WIP belong to…
Lately, I have relied heavily on the DKC Ravelry discussion forums and therefore, I apologise for the lack of updates within the blogsphere. In addition, I have passed the odd comment on Twitter under the guise of chicwithstix.
Thank you to everyone who has been sending me updates and picture. I will post them some time this weekend.
On the Ravelry forums, knitters from the This is Knit group have started a KAL for the Owl’s sweater and the popularity of this pattern has grown exponentially within the Dublin knitters.
I will be heading over to the Tea Garden for the Friday night meet up, and hopefully some of you will be working on Owl. Overall, I have heard very good comments about this new fibre fun group and the tea is very good…