We are sad to say that knitting retreats are on hiatus, until we can safely gather indoors once more
Sure, you can learn how to knit from a YouTube tutorial. But what do you do when you have a problem, or drop a stitch, or need to fix a hole? You ask a friend! Because of the covid virus, we are not currently scheduling retreats in person, but if you get in a jam, you are welcome to meet one on one with me on the porch or in the barn classroom.
Knitting Retreat Knitting is a spiritual meditation with sticks and string. People have been using knitting needles for centuries to loop one strand of yarn through another. It is a satisfying meditation, because we need to focus on the process to watch for a dropped stitch or a split yard. And, if you've crafted carefully enough, you'll have a product that you can wear or hang on the wall or snuggle into! What could be better than a knitting retreat on a cold, winter day? If you already knit, you probably yearn for some uninterrupted time to finish or begin a project. And if you have never, ever held knitting needles, I can get you started on a cozy winter scarf. I'll save you a seat in a rocker or on a comfy couch. Or maybe you'll choose a seat right in front of the fire. On top of that, I added some pampering for you!
- herbal, black and red teas, coffee and homemade cocoa are available all day
- nutritious, vegetarian lunch of homemade soup, homemade bread and salad
- hand, arm and shoulder massage
- visit with our Shetland sheep
Bring your smartphone or ipad to take photos of patterns from our huge collection of knitting pattern books and magazines!
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