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  • Design Your Own Fair Isle
    Berkeley, California August 14-16 Contact janine@feralknitter.com
  • Santa Cruz Knitters' Guild
    March 7 Magic Ball: Color Seredipity Learn to Knit Fair Isle
  • Madrona Fiber Arts, February 12-15
    Tacoma, Washington www.madronafiberarts.com Magic Ball: Color Serendipity Fair Isle Tam Purl When You Can
  • Design Your Own Fair Isle
    July 14-16, 2015 Sievers School of Fiber Arts, Washington Island, WI www.seiversschool.com

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I am a continuous but casual knitter - always one or two things on the needles, but not the only way I spend my creative time - and I rarely use wool due to a serious allergy. All I can do is drool over the colors of your beautiful patterns with your beautiful yarns. HOWEVER, I do understand the uniqueness and generosity of the fiber community as well as the pull of a dream unfulfilled. Thanks for the opportunity to give back in a personal and meaningful way. I just put the first ebooklets in my library on Ravelry. Also thanks to you, Janine, for being one of the best of that community.

Always nice to hear a knitter's story. Here's mine: http://www.heavydutydesign.com/alicethelma/2009/02/why-i-knit/

Love the shawl! Looking forward to knitting it for this Fall. Bought the ebook of course!

I bought this ebook, and downloaded part 1. How do you find out when the other parts are available? Will an email come?

Terrific idea! Well done, all of you.

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