Just because the weather is getting warmer, it does not mean you have to stop knitting! I like to switch to knitting with cotton and linen and their blends. Even some silks. I have some of my students working on their first sweaters, cotton tank tops. It is a great way to start tackling shaping without having to worry about sleeves or a complicated collar. Why don't you try it? Feel free to contact me for pattern suggestions, or if you want to take knitting or crochet classes.
That reminds me. I am getting a crochet teaching certification, so I am going to start teaching crochet! I have also published my first crochet pattern, Fluff Flops! They are really easy, and are another great idea for a quick summer project. It would be a fun activity for girl scouts or a gift for anyone who is still a girl at heart.
Feel free to join me for the $5 Yarn Night at Michael's on Laurens Rd. It is on May 30th at 6:30 pm. How is $5 Yarn Night different than a sit and stitch? You get more support from a certified teacher! I am there to help you through any problems you are having in understanding a pattern, or doing a technique. Come join us!
Will be posting again soon on my personal summer projects!