Whether or not you’re signed up for classes at Interweave Yarn Fest (and it’s not too late!), learning is only one part of what makes Yarn Fest great. We’re just getting started on the other two: the awesome vendor market and the community events. We’re counting down to all of it—and it’s not too late to join in.
This year’s keynote speakers, Linda Ligon and Joe Coca, are well known behind the scenes at Interweave, but readers may not have heard of them.
Registration for Interweave Yarn Fest 2019 is in full swing, and we’ve seen what spinners have been most excited to learn so far. In the home stretch before classes start on March 27, 2019, some favorite spinning classes have only a few seats left, while others have more room. Here are 3 classes to sign up for quick—and 3 great alternatives.
When I head to Colorado each spring to teach at Interweave Yarn Fest, I stuff my suitcases to the max with painted tops, roving, and batts. The spinners in my classes make quick work of what seemed like an endless pile of fiber. Like any reasonable spinner, I don’t leave the suitcases empty for long! Here’s my shopping list (so far):
Interweave Yarn Fest is coming up soon: March 27-31! I’ve got my hotel room booked and am making room in my stash for new goodies from the vendor hall. Most of all, I’m excited at the prospect of getting to hang out with the amazing lineup of teachers and see them at work during their workshops.