Because there’s a lot to show both with the two knitting classes in session this week and almost-peak fall colors, this post is split into two chapters. Chapter 1 will introduce you to the Knit-to-Fit Scandinavian Mittens class taught by Carol Rhoades and the Creative Knitting Retreat team-taught by Mary Germain and Sandy De Master. Both classes began Tuesday afternoon and will finish Sunday morning, after five days of knitting in the studios, at the Red Cup Coffee Shop, Danish Mill and outside in the sunshine. Knitters in both groups will meet tomorrow night at Trinity Lutheran Church to eat turkey and all the homemade trimmings at the annual Harvest Dinner after a Sunset Resort breakfast and famous caramel apples at the W. I. Farm Museum’s Annual Cider Pressing Party.
Is there a better time to think about and start a knitting project (or work on finishing something from another season) than fall? If there is, let me know!