I’ll be heading up to Washington, DC this afternoon to start my first Doctor of Ministry intensive semester. I’ll be there for two weeks and although there will be classes all day and studying, etc. in between, I’m sure I’ll be able to snatch a few minutes here and there to knit.
But my current sock project won’t be that interesting to show as I knit it, so I’ve decided to do a retro quilt show for the next two weeks.
Starting tomorrow I’ll be showing and telling about several of the quilts I made in the 1980′s and 1990′s. I don’t have pictures of all the quilts I made during that time, but I do have enough to fill the two weeks.
Also while I’m in DC I hope to head over to Q Street to meet and visit with Karida Collins, owner of The Neighborhood Fiber Company and creator of the Tour of DC Sock Club. If I get enough time to do that on the weekend, I’ll report on my visit. I will, of course, do a little sampling at the ACKC Chocolate bar where Karida works.