Brenna was a quick learner!
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Brenna, from East Side Neighborhood Services, joined us as a guest at last week's American Craft Council LitKnit Circle. East Side is looking into starting a LitKnit circle in their neighborhood and Brenna visited so that she could experience what a LitKnit circle is. We even taught her to knit while she was with us! It was so nice to have you, thank you for coming, Brenna!
We see this all the time and it always makes me happy - seeing a participant use their newly finished piece. :)
Great job, Jasper! Love the red of that yarn. :)
Lucy is in our Craft Council LitKnit circle and she wanted to say, "thank you" to our donors - thank you donors!
Katrina has been our faithful Neighborhood Coordinator for our Craft Council LitKnit circle. We have met for over two years! That means she has faithfully worked week in, week out to support our circle coming together. Even though a LitKnit circle doesn't meet every single week of the year, there is always little bits of work that the facilitator and neighborhood coordinators hold to keep the consistency of the circle in tact. Katrina. Thank you, thank you, thank you for your faithful support of your time and resources on behalf of the people of LitKnit. If you are reading this post, please comment and show Katrina some love!
It looks like Jaime is scaring Lucy, but actually, she is telling a funny story about someone who used to put their hands straight up in the air when they were uncomfortable about the 'craziness' in the room and Lucy was right there, putting her hands up in the air. Two seconds after this picture was taken every single kid had their hands straight up in the air, laughing at the story. LitKnit silliness!
Our little Craft Council Circle has started a new trend of having different learners read the story to us. We are trying it out and seeing how it goes. Sometimes people can loose the 'continuity' of the story with different readers... yet... something special happens that older and younger members feel comfortable reading Victorian English to their circle. We'll have to see what happens!
The Craft Council LitKnit circle met, the Monroe Street circle began again (with 3 new learners) and we held our 2nd CraftUp - which our American Craft Council friends joined. !! I am always amazed at the quietly full of life events that LitKnit holds. It is great to see LitKnit relationships interweave and return. That tells us we are doing good work!
The Craft Council LitKnit circle did some brainstorming last week! They are up to something... wait for it, wait for it..