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Washburn Library LitKnit circle holds it's first circle session.

Jaime Gjerdingen

Librarian Ginger and LitKnitter Izzy knitting together at the first LitKnit circle session this week at Washburn Library in South Minneapolis.

Librarian Ginger and LitKnitter Izzy knitting together at the first LitKnit circle session this week at Washburn Library in South Minneapolis.

It was an historic day in LitKnit land on Tuesday as Washburn Library held its first LitKnit circle session. Even though the roads weren’t great, we ended up with four LitKnit participants - even though the three who were registered didn’t show up. We figured the roads kept them home. Librarian Gloria was amazing and went through the library telling patrons that there were openings in the circle and that they were welcome to come see what we were up to. By the end of the session, four more people registered and so, there are now seven in that circle! There are still three more spots available, so, if you live in the Washburn Library area - register on their site and join us!

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Pharia's first project done - success!!

Jaime Gjerdingen

Pharia has been working on a felted water bottle ‘traveler.’ It was a bit of an adventure, because we weren’t able to make a swatch and measure how much her yarn would shrink in felting, but it turned out perfect. Yay Pharia, well done!

Pharia with her finished project - a felted water bottle traveler.

Pharia with her finished project - a felted water bottle traveler.

Pharia’s felted traveler next to Jaime’s -  LitKnit   facilitator   of the circle .

Pharia’s felted traveler next to Jaime’s - LitKnit facilitator of the circle.

We started our new book at the American Craft Council circle last week: The Treasure Seekers by Edith Nesbit

Jaime Gjerdingen

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.