FYI, we are looking for larger locations. The current RSVP for the
next meeting is rather large. If everyone comes, we'll be in
trouble. As for the crochet, I've never seen a crocheted sock. I'm
very interested in seeing it. Would you consider giving crochet
lessons next year?
PS> Knitting rules. Crochet.... not so much =) Just kidding
On Dec 3, 2007, at 2:19 PM, Lady Mykele wrote:
> Dear Archie,
> As one of the few crocheters to attend most meetings,
> I want to stay on the list. Due to circumstances I
> can't control yet, I have been unable to attend
> recently. I still care and am looking for a larger
> place to hold our meetings. I'll see if I can locate
> someplace close and comfortable. Have you considered
> the churches if Cocoa Bar decides to kick us out?
> Peace, Mykele
> P.S. I still prefer crocheting and finally finished
> my socks. If I can make the next meeting, I will
> bring another pair of socks and i can even give
> directions. The after-thought heal works great in
> --- Archie <[address removed]> wrote:
>> Greeting Fellow Knitters,
>> For those unfortunate knitters who could not make it
>> last night, you
>> missed a GREAT meet-up. The Cocoa bar was packed
>> with all sorts of
>> delectable yarns and needle (Luckily, no one was
>> stabbed by a wayward
>> DPN). The group of knitters were as diverse as I
>> have ever seen. We
>> had a range of knitting talents and projects. From
>> the one month
>> knitter working on a baby hat on DPNs, to the 40
>> year knitter who I
>> swear had six hands, each knitting a different
>> project at a rate of 60
>> I like to make a shout out to all the knitters new
>> to our group that
>> came (sorry if I forget someone)
>> Cindy (can't wait to see that first sock) and her
>> friend Sandy? (if
>> only that knitting machine was portable enough for
>> you to bring it to
>> a meeting so you could give us all a demonstration)
>> Hannah (the DPN queen) and Nathan (finally, our
>> second male knitter)
>> Jillian (hailed all the way from Manhattan. How
>> were the fries? I
>> hope you got home okay.)
>> Ashanti (the bold beginner, unafraid to make that 5
>> piece cardigan.
>> Keep on trucking.)
>> Sara (we didn't get to talk much, but hope to see
>> you again)
>> Two knitters even showed up from Manhattan (shout to
>> Jillian and
>> Hannah). At this rate.... our complete domination
>> of the NY knitting
>> community will be assured! Hah ha ha (*maniacal
>> laugh*)....... Sorry
>> about that. Got a little carried away. The people
>> were friendly and
>> the conversation lively (I'm sure the wine helped)
>> Now, for some FYI >
>> a) I posted the next meet-up, so please rsvp yes, no
>> or maybe. I am
>> going to start removing inactive members (i.e.
>> people who never
>> attended a meeting and / or have not been to the
>> website in over 6
>> b) If you have a blog, please add our Park Slope
>> Knitting Group meetup
>> tag to your webpage.
>> c) Starting next year, some of our more experienced
>> knitters will hold
>> knitting lessons during some of the meetings.
>> d) I posted a poll at the meetup website. Please
>> e) member Kim mentioned the idea of charity knitting
>> for December.
>> Does anyone have info on a local knitting charity
>> drive. If so, post
>> it on either our meetup or ravelry website, or just
>> email the group.
>> I hope you'll continue to make this meet-up thrive
>> by coming. Take care,
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