Great job, Lucy!! Even in the midst of distracting bake sale-ing you still progressed in your knitting. :)
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While we waited for more customers, we read our story and knitted. :) Just like any circle day, only with tempting baked goods in the center of the circle.
The Craft Council LitKnit Circle held a bake sale last week for the American Craft Council and RSP Architect employees. Thank you, thank you LitKnit participants who donated baked goods to sell!
We had a great response to our first participation in Give to the Max Day. Thank you, thank you to all who donated and helped spread the word about the work we do. We appreciate you immensely!
Thank you for your love of LitKnit Ananya - and thank you to everyone who donates/ed to LitKnit so that more neighbors can connect and learn together. Thank you.
Lucy is in our Craft Council LitKnit circle and she wanted to say, "thank you" to our donors - thank you donors!
Mia's daughters have been involved with LitKnit for a few years. First her daughter Isabel participated in the Monroe Street Circle and now she and her daughter Amelia are participating. It has been SO great to have them both in circle. :)
Ginny is our first, original neighborhood coordinator and has been supporting the LitKnit circle that meets in her house for over 3 years! Her commitment and faithfulness to her neighbors shines through in her LitKnit circle. :) Thanks for your years of work, Ginny!
Samia has participated in the Monroe Street Circle for a little over 3 years! She has progressed in knitting, as she tells you. Besides the knit stitch, she's learned to purl and rib and made a hat. Samia is the comedian of the circle and loves to make us all laugh. Thank you, Samia, for years of enjoyment teaching you to knit! :)
Katrina is the Neighborhood Coordinator for our Craft Council LitKnit circle. She is also a trained facilitator! Her commitment to LitKnit has increased with the years, not decreased. We are SO thankful for her and her passionate support of LitKnit's work. Thank you, Katrina!