As we conclude the Fall in Full Color club, thanks to all of you that have shared in this new venture. There have been so many wonderful comments,
“This is the best club, so glad I joined – CK”
“Incredibly beautiful yarn. Thank you both for a wonderful six months. Looking forward to the next club – JW”.
We have received some very kind and thoughtful cards and letters, I assure you there are more buried amongst these papers—please excuse the disorder of my desk.
And in kind, the interaction in the Ravelry clubhouse has also been absolutely great, a special thank you to Kat, Kim and Karolyn as moderators, you can not get better than these three. The clubhouse has morphed into this extended family of sorts, all of the stories, jokes, trading of yarn and the sharing of ideas. If you have not joined either Knitspot club, why not join FiFC Clubhouse or BNK Clubhouse; it’s free, after all and a good way to watch our antics from the sidelines.
Some critical acclaim has also been bestowed upon the club by Clara Parkes in Knitter’s Review. Nice to be mentioned; thank you Clara.
And so Bare Naked Knitspot begins; with the arrival of new yarn, the packing commences. Do you like the packaging? How perfect and suitable for natural fibers, a plain simple lunch bag—splendid. I wish I could show the entirety of the living room, a generously sized room, the largest in the house, filled right now with yarn. Do I mind?? Not at all, especially when considering some of the alternatives, like renting a separate space for work (or living with no yarn at all).
There are few remaining memberships available, how wonderful would it be to fill these before the official start of Bare Naked Knitspot club on the 7th of February (the mailing of first yarn to our International members). if you haven’t signed on yet, we hope you will consider joining us.
Those of you with pattern only memberships may want to consider upgrading to a full membership, as some pattern only members missed out on some really terrific yarn last time, prompting requests for club yarn which we couldn’t supply after the fact.
For those with a full membership, the extra yarn option is another consideration, as it affords a few more options—you can knit a larger piece or gift your creation and still keep one for yourself. I need not reiterate Anne’s impeccable taste in the selection of club yarn, of course the designs are incomparable. More good things to come, we continue our ongoing mission to work with collaborating artists who are as passionate about their work as Anne is about design. I see this same passion in all of you, when you knit a club design, the photos and comments shared are simply amazing.
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Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be a part of the Bare Naked Knitspot club. Come join us for a unique club experience.