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Now On Ravelry
It has come to my attention that a lot of people now use Ravelry to keep up with blogs. A good friend of mine, really and truly she is, never reads the Twist blog, not because she doesn't love me (!), but because it's just not on her radar when I update. Gotta fix that.
Hm. a click or two, and a few days later:
Now Twist Collective has a Ravetar on Ravelry too!
Just "friend" twistcollective, and never miss a blog post again. And don't forget to check out the Twist Collective forum for KALs and the delightful goings on as the countdown for the Spring issue has begun. It's okay: we're excited too.
Sticks n' Stitches: Columbus, Ohio
Twist Collective is proud to be included in the goodie bags for the Sticks n' Stitches event when the Columbus Blue Jackets play against the Anaheim Ducks on Saturday, February 21, at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus Ohio. Puck drops at 7pm.
Four gift certificates for Twist Collective patterns will be among the door prizes, and everyone gets a first edition Twist Collective pin.
Ticket and other information here:
Please note, there will also be a collection for garments to donate to Touching Little Lives. Visit their website for patterns and other information.
It's the Little Things
I didn't get to TNNA, so I missed the apparent feeding frenzy around this little gem. But I did get a nice little email about it this morning, so I thought you'd like to see it too, if you haven't already.
The Knit Kit is a kind of swiss army knife for knitters, with everything in it, and is TSA airline safe, so you can get all knitterly on that cross country plane ride without fear of confiscation. Tape measure, scissors, stitch markers, crochet hook, built in row counter, thread cutter, all in a tidy 5 by 3.5 inch package. Look for it showing up all over the place in March.
Althea Crome, knitter of Coraline's sweater
From Youtube, as part of the publicity for a new movie, Coraline, directed by Henry Selick, who also did A Nightmare Before Christmas, among other things.
Trunk Show at Rochester Knitting Guild
Late breaking news (or rather, it's late to break it)
Kate will be speaking about Twist Collective and her work as a knit designer at the Rochester Knitting Guild meeting on Monday, Feb 9, at Temple B’rith Kodesh, 2131 Elmwood Ave., Rochester.
Admission is free for Rochester Knitting Guild members (bring your membership card) and $10 for guests (or you can join RKG!)
Doors open at 6:30 pm. 7:00 pm Raffles & Show & Tell. Program starts at 7:30 pm. She will have sweaters from Fall, Winter, and a few Spring previews too.
Bring your knitting!