Zoo York

September 16, 2009 at 5:05 pm Leave a comment

I’m off to New York City again.  I cancelled my plane ticket to TNNA Market in June, and had to do something with it, so planned a spur of the moment trip with my friend Dana of Stirling.  She’s the one who makes those gorgeous leather knitting bags and accessories.  We’re leaving tomorrow afternoon and won’t be back to the big M town until Sunday afternoon.  In the plans are The Turkish Kitchen, a day in Brooklyn including Grimaldi’s and many Smith Street shops, and characteristic of a couple of knitters, YARN SHOPS.  Lots of them, and that includes Habu.  Gotta go to The Gap, maybe Niketown, and maybe catch a movie, since we don’t party much.

I can’t wait to see/buy some locally hand-dyed sock yarns!  I’ve got several yarn shops on the “to do” list that include one in Brooklyn and many others in NYC.  Dean & Deluca and Kalustyan’s (for some sucuk and maybe pastirma) are a must do on this trip, as we both like good food.


I’m finishing up a project for Norah Gaughan/Berroco for NGV6 and will ship it from there.  Teva Durham has contacted me to do more work for her.  As usual, I’m honored.  If she can send me something on larger needles, say 6-8 US, I’ll do it.

I’ll try to blog better when I get back.  Lots o’ caravan work going on!!!

I’ve added some books to the website.  They use Noro yarns, and are GREAT!


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