Some random February updates with photos finally.

Yet another month has slipped away from me. I am forever amazed by how quickly they do that.

I got my master knitting project in the mail and it is being reviewed. We shall see how much re-work I have to do. I cannot imagine that I won’t have any. I was pushing too hard at the end to get things done in time to have been knitting or writing perfectly.

My next similar project is a teaching certificate from The Knitter’s Guild of America (TKGA). The same folks who are in charge of the master knitter program. I have a few of my classes lined out for that, but a couple of the larger ones are going to take some more planning.

And speaking of classes… I have been teaching knitting, crochet, and spinning the last two months. I love teaching people new things about fiber. I love fibers and it is even better when someone requests that I geek out about it. If you are curious about my classes and events then the best place to find that is on the Little Hawk Yarns Facebook page. For all its other faults Facebook has been the best spot I have found for that schedule. My Instagram is where you can find all the fun photos. They get shared to Facebook too in case you aren’t on Instagram. And of course you can find my store on my web page at www.littlehawkyarns.com. As I learn more about how to organize my web page more and more will go on there. I am finding that can be a bit of a learning curve to get everything to talk to each other. And lastly on contacting me… You can find me at the store at 223 Main in Chadron or you can email me at info@littlehawkyarns.com.

Now, on to the good stuff. Photos! It seems I often have lots of different projects going. Here are a few of those.

Some of the fun yarns in the shop. These ones are in-store only.
It has been very cold here. Thank goodness for wool.
Knitting project. Hopefully will become a class.
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About littlehawkyarns

I am a small business owner, spinner, knitter, gardener, and mom. I have two children, two dogs, a husband, and two cats. I enjoy canning good food, getting involved in my community, and going on adventuress with my family.
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