Sometime in the spring season of every even year, the Kansas City knitting guild holds an event called Knitting in the Heartland. This year is no exception, of course. It is this weekend, April 13-15 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Lenexa, Kansas. Franklin Habit is the featured instructor and he'll be giving a keynote on Friday evening. I believe his classes are sold out but there are plenty of other classes available. Be sure to check out kithkc.com for all the details.
I have been involved at this event since 2006 either as an instructor or a committee member. This year, I'm very pleased to be a vendor for the first time. One of my favorite things about the convention is the vendor market. This year it is the biggest market yet and I'm very excited. I'll be selling some of my handspun yarn, hand dyed fiber and yarn. Oh and here's a sneak peek at something else you might see in the FiberTerian booth.
I look forward to seeing you there!