Holy buckets! We have not been updating the status of our groups for awhile. I guess we got busy! Watch for April highlights of our American Craft Council and Monroe Street circles over the next few days. Hope Spring decides to come and stay in Minnesota soon!
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This week, we put a hat on the needles for Gus. He came to LitKnit already knowing how to knit, so we were able to go right to a hat on circular needles. Good job, Gus!
Anna and her mom, Ginny, had finished projects to show last week. Anna made a hat for her American Girl Doll, and Ginny made a lovely cowl. Good job, ladies!
Roxie has a lot of fun making silly faces on Wednesday mornings at our circle. She was using her knitting this morning as a beard and making us all laugh.
Gus is our newest participant at the American Craft Council LitKnit Circle. Here he is concentrating on getting a snag out of his yarn. It's great to have you aboard, welcome Gus!
It was great to have Isabel among us again, at the Monroe Street LitKnit circle! She was with us a few summers ago and has begun coming again with her mom, Mia and sister Amelia. So nice to have them all with us.
I don't exactly know what happened, but there has been a fever of finger-knitting hitting the American Craft Council LitKnit circle. We have begun to talk about what useful items the long strands of knitting could be turned into.
We started our new book at the American Craft Council circle last week: The Treasure Seekers by Edith Nesbit
This book is one of my favorites. It is so funny: the Bastable children are determined to 'restore the fortunes' of their family by hunting for treasure. Thus ensues many adventures. If you ever want a treat to read, pick up The Treasure Seekers by Edith Nesbit.
Everyone loved Gertie... :)
Anna read to us from The Jungle Books by Rudyard Kipling. She did such a good job, thanks for reading, Anna!