Saturday, January 21, 2012


It's sooo hard to resist the lure of this entire wall!  I have a good idea of my Plucky lineup for the remainder of the year now.   It includes two sweaters, a shawly scarf, and some boot topping legwarmers (among other things) --- thanks to a few hours spent in close proximity to both the wall and these ladies (and Cecily, who was busily signing books when this was taken!).


Thanks so  much to all of you who drove out in the snow to see us, and to all of you who helped with the event!   We had a great time meeting everyone, and I hope you are having fun making plans for your new projects.



Tomorrow we're off to the beach for a little lobster and quiet.  

7 comments:

Diane said...

I Love that Wall.....hope you had a great day....I really wanted to get there to meet you in person...but that darn snow......

AntiquityTravelers said...

what a great idea - hope it was a success!

Seanna Lea said...

That wall does look awesome. I have to admit that every once in a while I am tempted to create a wall like that in my own house. It's not like I don't have any yarn after all.

collegeknitting said...

I'm so excited to see what you come up with- I am very much in a sweater-making phase...

Thea said...

Thanks! And with a few more hours past, and a dinner involving sangria and tapas, there are even more sweaters in the works!!

Susan said...

I am a regular reader of your blog, but I rarely comment. I had hoped to say hello to you yesterday, but when I wasn't drooling at "the wall" and picking out yarn for my own projects, you were busy with other customers. I enjoyed the trunk show immensely. It was great to see so many of your sweaters and hats all made up and on display (and some were worn by the customers who came to shop!). I was there shortly after noon, and it was quite busy then. I have no idea what the crowds would have been like if it hadn't snowed, because I'm sure there were a few people who didn't go because of the weather. Now I have to work up the courage to knit one of your sweaters. There are so many I like!

Thea said...

Thank you Susan!

The only problem with these types of events is how distracted I get between all the people and activity! It was a bit crazy early on, wasn't it? Sorry not to have been able to say hi - maybe next time :-) and thanks for coming!

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