no longer down, and definitely not out

You may have noticed some interesting glitches in the website over the past week, but hopefully they have been rectified permanently. The site has been moved over to a new, more reliable, server that promises to be less flaky. So, if you sent us an email over the weekend (that bounced back) or tried to check the site for info on an upcoming class and saw this:

From the knitting community at knit purl

We very sorry if it caused you any inconvenience. But, the good news is that the site should be faster and more accessible than ever.

In other (more knitterly) news, we have just been positively overwhelmed (in a good way) by knitters at recent Sip’n’Stitch and “No Mean Feet!” nights. Last Thursday I took an extremely blurry shot of the group:

extremely blurry Sip'n'Stitch

I think we ran out chairs, actually (which is always a wonderful phenomenon).

This is a very positive (and encouraging) trend all around, considering the state of the world/ economy.

But, moving on to everyone’s favorite part of each post* – our customers’ projects. First, we have Evon, who came in on Saturday with her first finished knitting project:

Evon's felted purse

The Rasperry Liqour bag (#125) by Noni, knit with Cascade 220 in “Lavender”. Did I mention that Evon is 8? She’s also in the Beginning Knitting Class! The bag just looks perfect, she did an amazing job on it. It’s awe-inspiring how many young knitters visit us with their FOs these days. Just fabulous.

Then, this afternoon, Haven dropped by to show up her in-progress Swallowtail Shawl:

Haven's swallowtail shawl

Being knit with Catherine Lowe Merino 1 in “Smoke”. I am told (since I didn’t get to see it in person) that the shawl was bloody amazing in the Merino 1. And, ha!, I managed to find Haven’s ravelry notebook and the shawl information. Just in case you’re interested…

And that is everything pertinent at the moment. We have a super-gianormous Newsletter going out on Friday (look for it, there’re going to be some interesting articles!), so that project is looming large in everyone’s minds. Until next time, in which we will discuss Cool Socks, enjoy the sun while it’s out!

*I think it is, anyway. It’s the section we get the most feedback on…

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February 03, 2009 by Sara M
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