On Wednesday, I participated in Windreach Farm's World Wide Knit in Public Day where I taught 45 very well-behaved Grade 8 students how to knit. I was only given 1/2 hour per group so my helpers and I cast on a dozen or so stitches and knit one row and had the knitting ready to put in the kids' hands. It was a very successful event. Fortunately in each group of 15 there were a couple of kids who already knew how to knit so they were my helpers.
I didn't get any photos of the event because I was busier than the proverbial one-armed wallpaper hanger. I did, however, receive a lovely thank-you gift of a basket with two felted Yardley Lavender soaps.
Then I whipped up to Uxbridge to attend the Shuttlebug's June meeting/pot luck luncheon at Judy F.'s. It was a lovely, sunny day and we were able to dine outdoors.
Dini sported a lovely hat and modeled the beautiful scarf she wove with tencel using the warp that was dyed at an earlier meeting.
Some people have been weaving samples for a major project the guild is undertaking over the next couple of years.