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  1. Yarn Bombing For the first time ever, courtesy of Jennifer E. Ryan of Celtic Knot Crochet, we had an official Yarn Bombing event as part of the Crochet Guild of America (CGOA) conference and Knit & Crochet Show. Crocheters and knitters were asked to submit squares in advance so Jennifer could get a head start on joining them together. Jennifer received over 500 squares in advance of the conference. On Tuesday, she and others had already begun Yarn Bombing the hotel. The park benches, trees, and lamp posts in the courtyard in front of the hotel had already been deocrated when I arrived, as had various areas inside the hotel. Some conference attendees had brought their own yarn with them and started creating even more squares as soon as they arrived on site. I’m pretty sure some even made squares while they were flying or driving to the conference! Even if they had forgotten to bring appropriate yarn with them, conference attendees were able to create even more squares for yarn bombing on site. Red Heart sponsored a special yarn bombing booth, #110, where attendees could come pick up yarn and patterns to create new squares to add to the yarn bombing. Jennifer and her team continued to add to the yarn bombing installation all during the CGOA conference weekend. The installation was put up so that it was easy for the team to take everything down on Sunday, as all the squares would be re-used to create scarves and blankets to be donated to local community organizations. More Yarn Bombing Photos View all the yarn bombing photos I took at the conference on Crochetville’s Facebook page. If you have photos that you’d like me to include in the album, please post them on our Facebook page or here in this thread. I’ll add them in the album and give you copyright credit in the photo description.
  2. YEA!!!! The Knit and Crochet Show is finally coming close to me. Indianapolis is only a two hour drive for me, so I'll come up for a couple of days. This will actually be my second show. I was at Manchester about five years ago when my daughter worked for the airlines and I flew up for free. But this will be my first trip since then. Couple of questions. 1) When does registration begin? I want to make sure I get the classes I want. And in particular, i want to make sure I get into the Sheraton. At Manchester, i was too late to get the main hotel, so I had to be shuttled back from about ten minutes away. 2) Is there a call for roommates? I'm going solo, and I'm not sure I can justify a single rate for more than a night. With a roommate, I could probably stay two, or even three nights.
  3. Will Stitches East in Santa Clara next week be your first chance to attend a Stitches conference? Read our latest blog post for 8 tips on how to survive without being totally overwhelmed! Here's a sneak peek at the blog post:
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