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•Sheep Grazing at the Front of the Cape House which was built in 1751•
A very small group of dedicated, creative knitting enthusiasts is invited to share Kristin’s inspirational farmhouse space while learning her knitting and stitching techniques. Participants will be inspired by Kristin’s hand-painted walls, her library full of knitting, stitching and art books, her ethnic and historic textile collection, and the antiques and ceramics that decorate the family’s home.
The participants will get to enjoy the screened-in porch, the hammock strung between two apple trees, the Adirondack chairs, and garden spaces while breathing in the surrounding hillsides, abandoned apple orchard, grazing sheep, farm kitties, Border Collies, and chickens. Roosters will crow, sheep will baaaah, dogs will bark and cats will purr. A memory will be made that you can keep for the rest of your life. Kristin is creative, funny, down-to-earth and you’ll love her energy and joie de vivre attitude towards knitting and life.
•The Screened-In Porch during the Summer•
•Sheep Grazing the Pasture Below the Hills•
About Kristin Nicholas
Kristin’s home and needlework has been featured in many magazines including Country Home, Country Living, Better Homes and Garden’s Embellish, Vogue Knitting, Family Circle Knitting, Knit Simple, Knitter’s, House and Garden and more. Kristin is a Knitting Expert on PBS’s Knit and Crochet Today and has appeared as well on Martha Stewart Living (February 2004). Kristin is the author and/or illustrator of 8 books including Kristin Knits, Knitting the New Classics, Colorful Stitchery and the her newest book Color by Kristin (Sixth and Spring, November 2009). Kristin lives with her husband Mark Duprey and daughter Julia at Leyden Glen Farm in western Massachusetts. Her family will also participate some in the weekend's festivities.
Class size is limited to six participants. Everyone will get plenty of time to ask lots of questions while soaking up the artsy, farmhouse atmosphere. Sign up as soon as you can, as space is very limited.
What is the Cost of the Weekend?
$500 for the two days of total immersion in knitting, stitching, or fabric decoration which includes lunch and dinner on Saturday, lunch on Sunday and snacks and beverages on both days. This cost does not include accommodations.
To learn more about Kristin Nicholas, visit her website.
Kristin is the author of the popular blog Getting Stitched on the Farm.