If you were not able to make it to Knitting & Hot Chocolate Night at City Bakery last week, we thought you might like to see a few pictures of those that did. Here's a bit of a slide show from that night's events. Again, our thanks goes out to Maury Rubin and his staff for the marvelous job they did in hosting and providing space, great food and drink. It was nice to see the other knitting stores and types that were there, some of which included Gauge + Tension, Purl Soho, the Long Island Livestock Company, the Yarn Company, Vogue Knitting and Kay Gardiner of Mason Dixon Knitting.
Don't forget to check out the rest of the month with Knitty City. Take a look at our calendar and consider some classes. It's a great way to meet other people and to expand your knowledge of this universal craft. Have you read some of the literature that promotes knitting for its therapeutic and social value? The NY Times recently published an article on the subject, which you will find here. If you need to understand more about "Why We Knit," take a look at the marvelous video that Pearl's son, Zach, has posted on our home page here. A few pictures (and videos) communicates a lot more than words.