And, like all good high class procrastinators everywhere, I haven’t done a lick of the work I need to do for the class.
Fortunately, I have a pretty good idea what I’m trying to do, and what I need to do it, so getting my handouts made up and the demos ready should be fairly straight forward.
Also fortunately, this is the test run, where in I test teach a bunch of friends for free at our regularly schedule knitting knit. So, should I flop like spaniels ears, I won’t be enraging a bunch of people who spent good money to be exposed my opinions.
Toe up socks, and circular needle technique. Wish me luck.
I enjoy reading your blogs about knitting and other funny stories, just wanted to let you know that. I noticed since about the same time you said you would be starting teachinga knitting class you haven’t had any new entries? Lack of free time??? I myself have often pondered the thought of teaching a knitting class or perhaps taking the hundred of patterns I’ve jotted down in note books and actually trying to publish them. I am curious how things have worked out for you. let me know if you can