Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Floofys, Floofys, Everywhere

If you thought I was never coming back to post anything on my blog I have to confess I thought the same thing. Sometimes life just happens but hopefully my life will once again allow me to check in here more often. I firmly believe that knitting is good for the soul. It's a rhythmic, quiet, individual process that suits me just perfectly. I can't stop making Floofy's. If you read back several posts I got hooked on these while teaching for the Bewitching Stitchers SAGA group in Boston. Lucky for me, I will be going back to teach for the same guild in March and will get to revisit 'Yarns In the Farms' where all this started. The photos are of my two favorite Texas girls (oldest daughter and oldest grand daughter)wearing their birthday Floofy's and my gorgeous, good natured twelve year old wearing hers.

8 comments:

  1. The Floofys and models are all fabulous! I agree, knitting is great therapy even though my results are not nearly as stunning as yours!

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  2. Gail,
    They look GREAT! I finally finished my first. Won't be able to be with you at Bewitching Stitchers :-(. Have a great time for me. Cea is planning to take you to a another shop Coveted Yarns. Check them out on Facebook. Karen

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  3. I want one! I've wanted to knit my whole life....and it has just not happened....sigh.

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  4. Your baby is growing up...and UP :(

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  5. I was in your class at the MP School of Art Fashion. I loved every minute of the class and learned so much! I also love your skirt. I am a knitter, also. I think I may have to knit one if I can find any extra free time!

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  6. So pleased you were able to post again. I missed your blogs. I love to knit too, and I agree, it is very theraputic! Take good care of yourself.

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  7. Hi Gail ~

    LOVE YOUR FLOOFYS!!! Glad to hear you will be back in Beverly for the Yarn Crawl. Hope to see you.

    Carolyn & Jill @ Yarns In The Farms (home of the Floof!)

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Teaching Schedule for 2017

March 22-25
Spiri
t of St Louis SAGA
St. Louis,
Missouri
contact: Diane (diane.brinker@gmail.com)

April 5-9
Children's Corner
Nashville, Tennessee
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April 28 - May 2
Chadwick Heirlooms
Richmond, Virginia
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May 22-26
Birmingham, Alabama
Fiming new vidoes for Classic Sewing magazine

June 8-11
Private class
Fernlake, Tennessee

June 22-24
Huntsville SAGA
Huntsville, Alabama
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June 26-28
Private class
Huntsville, Alabama

July 6-8
Prairie Bell Smockers (SAGA)
Lincoln, Nebraska
contact: Jenny (rev.leej.johnson@gmail.com)

July 18-23
Private class
Becky's Barn
Grinsley, Tennessee

August 7-11
Private class
Wenatchee, Washington

August 21-25
Farmhouse Fabrics
Beech Island, South Carolina
contact: www.farmhousefabrics.com

September 7-9
Low Country Smockers (SAGA)
Charleston, South Carolina
contact: Sallie (sallienold@gmail.com)

September 22-24
Yankee SAGA
Boston, Mass
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October 12-15
SAGA Regional
St. Louis Missouri
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October 16-19
Private class
St. Louis, Missouri

November 7-11
Private class
Medford, Oregan

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