Tuesday, October 16, 2012

More Montana Socks

The third class I taught at Wild Purls in Billings, Montana, was Toe-Up Socks. I don't normally take photos of students, but they gave me permission to click one to share here. Notice the lively walls and displays -- this shop is a visual treat.
Here's a sample of the miniature socks that were knitted for the class. There were 20 students, but I managed to gather only 16 of the socks. (Note to self--don't use a red background for photos.)

2 comments:

Julia Warmer said...

We loved having you at Wild Purls. Enjoy your travels and hurry back to teach again. I already have knitters asking, "When will Ann be back for more classes?"

Sue Goldberg said...

I was one of the students in the class!! What a great day!! Learned a lot and as always I love spending time at wild purls! When you come back, I will most definitely sign up for a class. I have to drive 90 miles one way to get there but it is always worth it! Finished the second sock right away so I didn't forget any of the techniques! Your tips were great!! Thanks again.