A thousand thanks to everyone who attended and to Norman, Helen, and their wonderful staff. This is an incredible seminar for both demonstrators and participants, and if you can ever attend one, you ought to!
Here are a few things they do that I especially loved:
1. They have cameras and big screens for each demonstrator so folks can really see exactly what is going on at the machine.
2. They have fantastic shop items as well as a big parking lot yarn sale! (Yes, I bought items; as a matter of fact, I'm having a few things shipped. Are you kidding? I could not resist.)
3. They don't charge folks very much for classes, and they even get walk-ins, since they're in a big city having a parking lot yarn sale. Boy, was I surprised when I had some people in my class who were just beginning to explore machine knitting!
4. They have raffles every day, which the participants love, with great prizes. Most seminars do this, but it bears mentioning anyway, because attendees enjoy it so much.
I wish I had taken some photographs, but it's a busy time, and John and I were really swamped with things that needed doing.
I am doing three more seminars this year!
Next up: Spring Fling at the Knit Knack ShopApril 11 and 12, I'm teaching, along with an incredible lineup of other teachers, in Indiana at the Knit Knack Shop's Spring Fling. Learn more about it here!
I have redone all my curriculum for this year, and Newton's was my first run through it. I think you will really enjoy the new material.