Here are some pictures of the Tuesday Night Knitting Class at my studio, Threads of Meaning. We have it from 6:00-8:00 and it is what I call a "drop-in" class. You can bring whatever problem/project/plan you like and I'll take it from there. Want to try cables but you're a little confused? How about lace? Never turned a heel on a sock? This is the place to get all that sorted out. I have added a Monday lunch time class from 11:00-1:00 for people who can't, on any given week and for whatever reason, make it to the Tuesday Night class. This first picture is of Pat working away studiously and with great concentration on socks (two at a time/toe up).
This was probably Ann's fault. Sometimes we have to instruct firmly....."I am at a tricky part....now don't say anything interesting." which of course immediately leads to someone trying to say something both interesting and outrageous. Ann is particularly prone to this sort of mischief. There is a picture of her below looking ironic. The whole two at a time/toe up socks would be an irresistible temptation to her.
This is the Ann of Ann's Red Hat which appears on my Ravelry site. It turned out so well that we now also have Pat's Red Hat, Ann's Red Hat II, Devan's Pink Hat and pretty soon Martha's Purple Hat. You can check it out on the Pattern Page if you want to see photos. She is either working on her first hat in this picture, or possibly the outrageous Max's Red Hat that she made for her son.
And this shot shows Violet (puppy) in the arms of her mother Emily. Emily has just finished the sweater that she is wearing which we copied from one of Ann's that we all liked. I have cut off Emily's head in the sweater shot because it was a bad picture of her. This was my fault. Emily is very lovely as you can see in the good picture of her that I took sitting at the table and smiling at her knitting. I this picture Emily is very demure and well behaved, but trust me....that is not always the case.