BARE NAKED KNITSPOT CLUB

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Announcement:

Today we launch the official opening of Bare Naked Knitspot Club. In this club we will knit with a variety of fibers in their natural, undyed state to learn about and appreciate the unique characteristics of each. Join us on this most wonderful exploration.

We are so excited about this new offering and look forward to sharing, seeing completed projects and our collective interaction. For more information regarding the Club, click here.

We would love for you to join us, those of you that are new to Knitspot’s Club click here to join.

Current Fall in Full Color members, click here to login to your FiFC account to add new BNC membership.

Please note, memberships are limited.

I welcome all inquiries, please contact me at clubbing@knitspot.com

Thank you and enjoy.

Mister Knitspot

10 Responses to “BARE NAKED KNITSPOT CLUB”

  1. Megan says:

    Oh so wonderful to have another opportunity at the Knitspot creative.

    Love, love, love your work Mister & Mrs Knitspot <3

  2. Sharilyn says:

    What a cool idea! I really like the fiber study aspect of the knit club!

  3. Jody says:

    My favourite…natural colours! I recognize my Hubbert Farms skeins in there :-)

  4. KatJ says:

    Woo Hoo! Hope we gather up lots of new clubbies into the fold. Still smile whenever I see David holding that naked yarn. : )

  5. cherie says:

    What I want to know is: how is David taking all of the public adulation? :) (yes, still love that photo)

  6. Torre in MD says:

    I’m signed up for the pattern option – sadly, too much going on with house to bring in “not previously committed” yarn! I love the naturals though and can’t wait to see the patterns and yarn choices!!

  7. Lara says:

    So excited for the second club. The Fall in Full Color Club has been fantastic and every part of it exceeded my expectations. The patterns and yarn are amazing!

  8. Sandra says:

    this will be like taking classes by distance

  9. Kate/Massachusetts says:

    It’s funny that you mention your fat squirrels! The squirrels in my yard look like relatives of the Michelin Man with tails! I’ve never seen them so fat. Also, this is the first time I’ve ever noticed the white spots/tufts behind their ears. Your sqirrel has the tufts, too. They make me laugh with their antics!

  10. Frenchiebean says:

    so, this sounds really interesting
    my only question is though i prefer my yarn to touch my naked skin first before touching anybody else’s naked skin, so i’m wondering whether the yarn i’ll purchase will be free from other naked skin touchings.