A few months ago (March to be exact) I taught my first "learn to knit class" at the Crafting Stop in Franklin, VA. With the warm weather there has been a lull in knitting so I haven't had any more "gigs." Last week I got an email requesting my teaching services again at the Crafting Stop. In just one evening I created, wrote the pattern, and knit the scarf you see on the left. I call it the "Fuzzy, Braided Cable Scarf" and the pattern will be available soon. Check the blog again soon for the pattern. I will be teaching how to knit cables using this pattern. The yarn, Lion Brand Quick & Cozy, is awesome for this type of pattern. It is soft, fluffy, and works up so quickly you will be done before you know it. On another note, the valet you see the scarf wrapped around is a new purchase for my photos and display. My wife found it at Goodwill for $7.50, a steal I think. This is the first time I have used it and it seems to work very well.
I have more to share, but will save for another day this week. Enjoy!