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10/5/16 - Tick Tock Tick Tock.... Welcome New in 2016 Vendors!  Recent updates include: FiberFlame kids schedule, Cooking Demos (including a Chopped! star), and the Fiber Arts Demos, and equipment auction details.
NEW this year! 
Tractor Mac! will visit us with his be red tractor reading from his books to the kids. Also herding down from the Great White North is the CORPUS theater troupe to inspire our imaginations as sheep. Don’t forget, the official website is www.sheepandwool.com.
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Saturday, October 15
 

9:00am

Carol Suloski - Self-Striping Yarn Studio: Sweaters, Scarves and Hats Designed for Self-Striping Yarn (9-12 Saturday)
Self-striping yarn is increasingly popular with crafters, but many knitters lack the knowledge to work with the yarn effectively. Carol Sulcoski's latest book begins with a comprehensive technical section that explains how to use and manipulate self-striping yarn something no previous pattern collection has offered. After reading the accessible instructions and tips, knitters will be inspired to cast on one of 24 new and original designs 11 beginner, 11 intermediate, and two advanced including shawls, scarves, sweaters, fingerless mittens, and more. Featured designers include Fiona Ellis, Brooke Nico, Sandi Rosner, Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton and more.
Part of Lark s Yarn Studio series, which includes "Sock Yarn Studio" and "Lace Yarn Studio."

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Carol Sulcoski

Authors, Self-Striping Yarn Studio : Sweaters, Scarves and Hats Designed for Self Stripping Yarns
Carol Sulcoski is a former attorney who left the practice of law when her oldest child was born. She learned to knit as a child, and returned to the craft as an adult. Today she juggles several roles in the knitting industry as designer, writer, handdyer and teacher.                 Carol’s foray into knit design began when she started modifying patterns as she knit them. She then began creating her... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 9:00am - 12:00pm
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9:00am

Dora Ohrenstein - Top-Down Crochet Sweaters (9-12 Saturday)
Top-Down Crochet Sweaters
Working a garment from the top down is a popular knitting technique, and now, with Top-Down Crochet Sweaters, designer Dora Ohrenstein opens up the technique to crocheters, offering them the chance to unpack and explore all the beautiful possibilities available with top-down crochet garments. After a thorough workshop on the top-down technique — with step-by-step instructions accompanied by color photographs — Ohrenstein presents 14 sweater patterns. Two versions of each sweater are made with different yarns, usually in a different gauge, with options for six different sizes and variations in style. With options for several different necklines, silhouettes, lengths, and other stylistic elements, plus unique stitches to optimize shaping and drape, crocheters will be amazed by the stylish, contemporary designs now available for their favorite craft.



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Dora Ohrenstein

Authors, Top Down Crochet Sweaters: Fabulous Patterns With Perfect Fit
Dora Ohrenstein is a leading crochet designer, author, and teacher. She is the author of Top-Down Crochet Sweaters and The Crocheter’s Skill-Building Workshop, which is being hailed as a must-have resource by the crochet community. Ohrenstein’s chic and innovative designs appear regularly in Interweave Crochet, Crochet!, Crochet World, Vogue Knitting Crochet, and many other print and online... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 9:00am - 12:00pm
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9:00am

Cathy Vogt - Cultivating Joy in the Kitchen (9-1 Saturday)

Cathy Vogt's business,  A Natural Chef, has worked with 100’s of clients since 1996 offering Nutrition & Wellness coaching programs, Personal Chef Services and Professional Recipe Development for companies.

Cathy’s first book; Cultivating Joy in the Kitchen- offers plant based  recipes along with nourishment practices and empowering you to change your thought patterns regarding health & nutrition.

You can find out more about her work, recipes and resources www.anaturalchef.com

Cathy is also on Instagram & Facebook


 

 



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Cathy Vogt

Author, Cultivating Joy in the Kitchen
Cathy Vogt is a professionally trained Chef and  Health & Culinary Coach, focused on educating clients on how to adopt healthier eating & lifestyle habits.  She is a certified Integrative Nutrition Coach, Eating Psychology Coach and Breathing normalization specialist.  Cathy business,  A Natural Chef has worked with 100’s of clients since 1996 offering Nutrition & Wellness coaching programs, Personal Chef... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 9:00am - 1:00pm
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9:00am

Edie Eckman - Crochet One-Skein Wonders for Babies (9-1 Saturday)
Crochet One-Skein Wonders for Babies, Irresistible! This collection of 101 projects makes it easy and fun to crochet adorable clothes, toys, and accessories for the babies and toddlers you love. Each project uses just one skein of yarn, many take just a few hours to complete, and plenty are suitable for beginners. Hats and caps, bootees and socks, mitts, dresses, tops and bottoms — plus blankets, bibs, soft toys, bottle cozies, diaper bags, and more — there’s something here for every baby! These original patterns were contributed by 54 designers around the world, and each one comes with complete instructions, charts, schematics, and beautiful photographs. 
Reach out to Edie on Facebook, Twitter, Pintrest, Instagram or Ravelry.                               

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Edie Eckman

Authors, Crochet One Skein Wonders For Babies
Edie Eckman is the author of Connect the Shapes Crochet Motifs, Around the Corner Crochet Borders,Beyond the Square Crochet Motifs, The Crochet Answer Book, andChristmas Crochet for Hearth, Home & Tree, as well as co-editor of Crochet One-Skein Wonders® and Crochet One-Skein Wonders® for Babies. She is a nationally known teacher, designer, writer, and editor in both the crochet and knitting... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 9:00am - 1:00pm
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9:00am

Judith Durant - Cable Left, Cable Right: 94 Knitted Cables (9-2 Saturday)
Cable Left, Cable Right: 94 Knitted Cables
Knitted cables, with their three-dimensional twists and turns, are a common element in lots of patterns -- but most patterns don’t include directions for executing them. Cable Left, Cable Right, by expert knitter Judith Durant, eliminates the mystery with detailed, in-depth instructions for creating 94 different styles of cable, from perfectly plain to fantastically fancy. Close-up photos and clear instructions teach you the techniques you need, including design options like braids, diamonds, and pretzels so you can make your cables truly one-of-a-kind. This book is the perfect companion to any knitting pattern featuring cables, giving you the information and skills to make polished, beautiful, and unique cables for any project. 



 

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Judith Durant

Authors, Cable Left, Cable Right : 94 Knitted Cables
Judith Durant is the editor of the best-selling One-Skein Wonders series, which currently includes seven volumes; the author of Cable Left, Cable Right, Increase, Decrease, and Knit One, Bead Too; and the co-author of Knitting Know-How. Durant has been knitting for more than 50 years and has been writing and editing for more than 30 years. She currently lives in Lowell, Massachusetts.



Saturday October 15, 2016 9:00am - 2:00pm
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9:00am

Bobbie Groome - Journey, A Knitter's Research From Lerwick to Land's End (9-5 Saturday)
Come join Bobbie on her travels, from country to country - from Lerwick to Land's End.  Meet the charming, hardworking people and the talented knitters she met along the way.                                                                                                 Bobbie shares with you stories, memories and unique knitting techniques she acquired along her Journey, to understand the "engineering of sweaters."  
Her "thoughts" and "schools" at the end of each chapter, highlight unique knitting stitches and techniques of the respective countries.  It is an authentic history, providing insight into early knitting and its necessity of the times.

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Bobbie Groome

Authors, Journey, A Knitter's Research from Lerwick to Land's End
Bobbie Groome, 90 years young, has had a lifetime journey including travels to foreign countries and remote, barely accessible islands due to her curiosity and personal passion for wool.  A designer, lecturer and teacher, she owned the beloved and highly regarded Wool Shop in Locust Valley, NY for over 30 years.  Her designs have been featured in national consumer and craft magazines.  She offers unique "hands-on" instructions... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 9:00am - 5:00pm
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9:00am

Iza Trapani - Gabe and Goon (9-5 Saturday)
Gabe and Goon, Iza Trapani's newest book is about a little boys who's friendship with a Monster helps him to overcome his fear of Children.  Iza came to the United States at the age of seven, and learned English in part by reading Mother Goose Rhymes. She is the author nd illustrator of many children's books including Baa, Baa Black Sheep, Mary Had a Little Lamb, The Itsy Bitsy Spider many others including Old King Cole which came out in 2015.

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Iza Trapani

Authors, Gabe and Goon
I was born in Poland, and spoke only Polish when I came to the United States at the age of seven. My relatives gave me a big book of Mother Goose nursery rhymes and I began to learn English as I read the poems.  | | Little did I know that someday I would be writing my own verses and making books for children.  As you can see, I still like to read.



Saturday October 15, 2016 9:00am - 5:00pm
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9:00am

Jack Kelly - Heaven's Ditch: God, Gold and Murder on the Erie Canal (9-5 Saturday)
Heaven's Ditch: God, Gold, and Murder on the Erie Canal illuminates the building of the Erie Canal and the historic spiritual and political upheavals that erupted along its banks. The technological marvel of its age, the canal became the scene of one of the most striking outbursts of imagination in American history. Readers encounter America's very first “crime of the century,” wild treasure hunts, searing acts of violence, a visionary cross-dresser, and a panoply of fanatics, mystics, and hoaxers.
JACK KELLY is a journalist, novelist, and historian. He received the DAR's (Daughters of the American Revolution) History Award Medal for his book Band of Giants. He grew up in the Erie Canal region and now lives in New York's Hudson Valley.
Learn more at: https://heavensditch.com/ ; https://www.facebook.com/bandofgiants/

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Jack Kelly

Authors, Heaven's Ditch: God, Gold and Murder On the Erie Canal
Jack Kelly is a journalist, novelist, and historian, whose books include "Band of Giants," which received the DAR's History Award Medal. He has contributed to "The Wall Street Journal," and other national periodicals, and is a New York Foundation for the Arts fellow. He has appeared on The History Channel and been interviewed on National Public Radio. He spent his childhood in a town in the canal corridor adjacent to Palmyra, Joseph Smith's home... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 9:00am - 5:00pm
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9:00am

Jennifer Wood - Refined Knits : Sophisticated Lace, Cable, and Aran Lace Knitwear (9 - 5 Saturday)

Elegance at the tip of your needles!

Cables and lace are special enough by themselves, but there is something graceful, even magical, about combining the two. "Refined Knits" concentrates on these two techniques, along with incredibly unique Aran Lace which combines the two, and the results are sure to impress.  Enduring Cables: discover cable-work with interesting structure in its details; Graceful Lace: explore the delicate sophistication of open-work; Elegant Aran Lace: combine lace and cables in unexpected and stunning ways.  Knitwear designer Jennifer Wood guides you through knitting these timeless, classic techniques, resulting in finished garments and accessories with a decidedly modern feel you'll treasure for years to come.


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Jennifer Wood

Authors, Refined Knits : Sophisticated Lace, Cable, and Aran Lace Knitware
In the early 2000s, when my daughter was in middle school, she had to read Witch of Blackbird Pond. She was very intrigued by the descriptions of the girls knitting and wanted to learn how to knit. So I bought a book, some yarn and some needles and we both learned how to knit. She soon got bored with it, I on the other hand was completely hooked. As the years went on and I learned more, I found myself altering patterns more to my style... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 9:00am - 5:00pm
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9:00am

Margaret Hubert - Customize Your Knitting: Adjust to Fit; Embellish to Taste (9-5 Saturday)
Personalize any knitting pattern for a perfect fit and style all your own, with expert help from Margaret Hubert!

Designers have to create knitting patterns in standard sizes, but very few people actually match up to those "average" measurements. Body shapes vary, weight fluctuates, and good fit means different things to different people; so what is a knitter to do?

Customize Your Knitting teaches you how to adjust standard patterns to fit your unique measurements. Through techniques that Margaret Hubert has used for years to teach classes on custom fitting, you can learn to adjust patterns for a perfect fit for yourself or someone else. Yarn shop instructors can use the book to teach classes for their customers.



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Margaret Hubert

Authors, Customize Your Knitting: Adjust to Fit, Embellish to Taste
Margaret Hubert is the author of more than 20 crochet and knitting books, including" Plus Size Crochet, Knits for Men, Knit or Crochet--Have It Your Way, The Complete Photo Guide to Crochet, The Complete Photo Guide to Knitting, The Granny Square Book, Lacework for Adventurous Crocheters, Runway Crochet, "and" Customize Your Knitting." She has enjoyed a lifelong career designing both crochet and knit patterns for yarn companies and book and... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 9:00am - 5:00pm
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9:00am

Nancy Shaw - Sheep Go To Sleep (9-5 Saturday)
Author Nancy Shaw  has come back with her marvelous flock of  stories about our favorite sheep.  This year Sheep Go To Sleep, will be available in the board book and hardcover.  The tale begins with the walk home. It's time for bed but the sheep just aren't ready to settle down. But no fear.  A caring and trust worthy sheepdog is there to help. What will these restless sheep need before they are ready to go to sleep?  A hug?  A blanket?  A drink of water?  Will this loving and dedicated collie ever get these bleating sheep to sleep?  We simply love this story and know you will too.  It's already a beloved classic, as is Sheep in a Jeep which is also making it's debut as a board book.
Visit Nancy on facebook 

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Nancy Shaw

Authors, Sheep Go To Sleep
I gobbled up books when I was growing up. I loved Half Magic, My Father's Dragon, Uncle Scrooge Comics, and many more. We didn't get a TV until I was almost finished with third grade. My family played word games on the long car trips we took, so I enjoyed fooling around with words. I studied English literature in college and graduate school.  I'd been intrigued by picture books for a long time, but reading to my children made me... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 9:00am - 5:00pm
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9:00am

Rachel Coopey - Socks Yeah! (9-5 Saturday)
Rachel was taught to knit by her grandmother and mother when she was little and she’s still got the extremely long garter stitch stitch scarf to prove it! She was drawn to sock knitting when she bought 3 skeins of hand-dyed sock yarn because they were so beautiful and thought I’d give knitting a pair of socks a try, she has had a pair of socks on the needles ever since!

She has published two books of sock designs (Coop Knit Socks (vols 1&2) and Coop Knit Toasty (vols. 1 &2)  worked with Knitty.com, Interweave and Twist Collective. Socks Yeah! will be out just in time for the Festival, September 2016.  Think socks are a major passion!

Please check Rachel and her work out at:Twitter https://twitter.com/coopknits ; Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/coopknits/ ; Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/RachelCoopeyKnits/ ; Ravelryhttp://www.ravelry.com/designers/rachel-coopey  ; Website http://www.coopknits.co.uk



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Rachel Coopey

Authors, Socks Yeah!
Rachel was taught to knit by her grandmother and mother when she was little and she’s still got the extremely long garter stitch stitch scarf to prove it! She was drawn to sock knitting when she bought 3 skeins of hand-dyed sock yarn because they were so beautiful and thought I’d give knitting a pair of socks a try, she has had a pair of socks on the needles ever since! | Visit Rachel's social network links to see more of what she's... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 9:00am - 5:00pm
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9:00am

Susanna L. Hill - Can't Sleep Without Sheep (9-5 Saturday)
Whenever Ava can't sleep, she counts sheep. But Ava takes so long to fall asleep, it's the sheep who are growing tired - until, finally, they quit! When the sheep promise to find a replacement that Ava can count on, chaos ensues as chickens, cows, pigs, hippos and more try their hand at jumping over Ava's fence. Finding the perfectly peaceful replacement for sheep might not be so easy after all.

With irresistibly adorable art, this delightful take on a familiar sleep tactic is sure to become a bedtime favourite. https://susannahill.com/books/cant-sleep-without-sheep/

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Susanna Leonard Hill

Author, Can't Sleep Without Sheep
SUSANNA LEONARD HILL grew up in New York City with her mom and dad, one sister and two brothers, and an assortment of cats. | Since then Susanna has won awards in several National Writing Contests, including First Place in the 2005 SouthWest Writer's Children's Picture Book Contest  for her story Not Yet, Rose, First Place in the 2005 Seven Hills Contest for Writers (Children's Fiction) for 3 stories, First Place in the 2006 ... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 9:00am - 5:00pm
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9:00am

Vernon Benjamin - The History of the Hudson River Valley From the Civil War to Modern Times (9-5 Saturday)
The History of the Hudson River Valley From the Civil War to Modern Times is the companion volume of Vernon Benjamin’s acclaimed history of the Hudson River Valley.  The two volumes, span from the post-Civil War period through the twentieth century, and into the present day. Vernon Benjamin’s magisterial first volume, The History of the Hudson River Valley: From Wilderness to the Civil War presented nearly 250 years of the Hudson River Valley’s dynamic past with unmatched richness and detail. Now, in the final volume, Benjamin completes his account of the region by taking readers from the post-Civil War period into the present day. Here we see the formation of the great estates of the Valley, including the Rockefellers, Sunnyside, and Olana, and how the turn of the twentieth century brought a new era of growth and prosperity to the region. A young Franklin Delano Roosevelt takes his first political steps in the New York senate during this time, and Thomas Dewey’s work as New York State governor morphed him into a viable candidate on the national political stage as well. In short, the twentieth-century Hudson River Valley was a hotbed of wealth, influence, and culture, a significant and vibrant scene of American development. By taking his narrative all the way into the post-September 11 present moment, Vernon Benjamin concludes his engaging, readable, and comprehensive history of one of America’s most significant and culturally important regions. Richly illustrated and meticulously researched, The History of the Hudson River Valley: From the Civil War to Modern Times will be the definitive text on the subject for years to come.

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Vernon Benjamin

Author, The History of the Hudson River Valley: From the Civil War to Modern Times
Vernon Benjamin is an adjunct lecturer at Marist College whose first volume, subtitled From Wilderness to the Civil War, was published in 2014. The forthcoming volume, The History of the Hudson River Valley: From the Civil War to Modern Times, continues the detailed tapestry of the region's history, through the Gilded Age, the Jazz Age and Prohibition, the Roosevelt years and the postwar period, including a concluding chapter on "Modern... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 9:00am - 5:00pm
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9:00am

Wendy Bernard - The Knitting All Around Stitch Dictionary: 150 New Stitch Patterns To Knit Top Down, Bottom Up, Back and Forth and In The Round (9-5 Saturday)
Wendy Bernard s groundbreaking reference title Up, Down, All-Around Stitch Dictionary was the first of its kind to provide stitch patterns written for top-down, bottom-up, back-and-forth, and in-the-round constructions and readers took notice. 
Now Bernard is back with The Knitting All Around Stitch Dictionary, which picks up where the first volume left off, adding hundreds of new stitch patterns organized similarly by type knit and purl, textured stitches, ribs, lace, and cables plus a chapter on mosaic knitting. Each chapter of The Knitting All Around Stitch Dictionary includes a customizable pattern so that knitters can easily swap out stitch patterns to make their own unique knitted items.

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Wendy Bernard

Authors, The Knitting All Around Stitch Dictionary: 150 New Stitch Patterns
Wendy Bernard is the author of Up, Down, All-Around Stitch Dictionary and the Custom Knits series. Her knitwear patterns have been published widely online and in print in Interweave Knits and Knitscene magazines. She teaches top-down and other knitting techniques nationwide, as well as in online classes through Creativebug.com and Craftsy.com.



Saturday October 15, 2016 9:00am - 5:00pm
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10:00am

Gale Zucker, Mary Lou Egan & Kirsten Kapur - Drop Dead Easy Knits (10 - 11:30 Saturday)
Finally, a knitting book featuring fantastic projects that don’t require you to study a pattern for hours–a sure recipe for blissful, carefree knitting. A book of great potential gifts and keepsakes, this collection of 30 dynamic projects–from blankets to simple sweaters to wraps–is designed so you can easily pick up your needles during moments of free time, whether binge-watching a show, waiting for your plane to board, or having a “wine and knitting” night with friends. For key moments–such as joining an arm to a sweater or casting on additional rows–patterns are coded with “concentration zones” and “cruise control” segments for when you can go into a mindful state and let the knitting take a back seat. Thin enough to slip in your bag, with charming four-color photography throughout, Drop-Dead Easy Knits is the answer to all your laid-back knitting needs.

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Mary Lou Egan

Author, Drop Dead Easy Knits
As a designer, Mary Lou Egan specializes in accessible projects simple enough for a less experienced knitter to accomplished but that also give experienced kniters a chance to relax and knit: while waiting at the doctor's office, reading the subtitles in a movie, or hanging out with friends. Based in St. Paul, Minneasota, she teaches in the nationally-known shop, the Yarnery and at other shops and fiber festivals.  The insight gained from... Read More →
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Kirsten Kapur

Author, Drop Dead Easy Knits
Early in her career Kristen Kapur worked in ready to wear as both an apparel and textile designer.  During those years she gained a strong knowledge of garment construction as well as surface design, a combination of skills that led to designing knitwear which requires both. Kirsten particularly loves exploring the intersection of color and texture in design.  Her most recent book is Kirsten Kapur Shaw Book One.  Kirsten's... Read More →
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Gale Zucker

Author, Drop Dead Easy Knits
Gale Zucker is an award-winning editorial and commercial photographer.  She is the co-author/photographer of the books CraftActivism (2011) and Shear Spirit (2008).  Her clients include yarn companies, magazines book publishers, knitwear designers and artisnal clothing manufacturers.  Her publication credits include everything from Vogue Knitting and the New York Times to Forbes, Womans day, and TV Guide. | Gale can be found online... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 10:00am - 11:30am
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10:00am

Nicky Epstein - Knit a Square, Create a Cuddly Creature : From Flat to Fabulous (10:00-12:30 Saturday)

Astute owls, feisty fighting fish, and adorable turtles are just a few of the many animals knitters will delight in constructing from this book of addictive projects. Knit a Square, Create a Cuddly Creature offers more than 35 knitted animals to make from step-by-step instructions. With Epstein's fresh approach to stuffed animals, all knitters need to do is knit a square (often with color work or quirky techniques), sew the square into the designated shape, and stuff it! Fun and easy-to-make embellishments add rich detail and character to each animal.


By Nicky Epstein
Paperback
ISBN-13: 978-1-942021-66-7
8 x 9 inches • 144 pages


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Nicky Epstein

Author, Knit A Square, Create a Cuddly Creature - From Flat to Fabulous - A Step by Step Guide
NICKY EPSTEIN is a prolific knitwear designer, the author of many bestselling books on knitting, and a popular teacher who travels nationally and internationally to lecture and give workshops on her unique knitting techniques. Her numerous books published by Sixth&Spring have sold more than 650,000 copies. She has created designs for many yarn manufacturers, and her work is frequently published in knitting magazines, including Vogue... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 10:00am - 12:30pm
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10:00am

Norah Gaughan- Knitted Cable Sourcebook: A Breakthrough Guide to Knitting Cables and Designing Your Own (10-12:30 Saturday)
This guide for the modern knitter presents more than 150 new and innovative cable stitch patterns ranging from basic to complex and offers enlightening insight into how cables are engineered, how knitters can design their own, and how knitters can mix and match cables in a knitting pattern. Teacher, author, and master knitter Norah Gaughan shares her design principles and offers clear cable-making instruction throughout, always in a conversational, easy-to-understand voice that proceeds naturally, as one cable idea leads to the next. Master the art of cable knitting, then test your newfound skills with the 15 garment patterns for wraps, sweaters, and accessories.

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Norah Gaughan

Authors, Knitted Cable Sourcebook: A Breakthrough Guide to Knitting With Cables and Creating Your Own
Named one of "Vogue Knitting's" Master Knitters of the 1990s, Norah Gaughan is the design director for Berroco Yarns. She has been working in the handknitting industry for more than 20 years and her designs have been featured in all of the major knitting periodicals as well as in many books, including "Handknit Hoilidays" and "Weekend Knitting" from STC. She divides her time between Peterborough, New Hampshire, and Providence, Rhode Island.



Saturday October 15, 2016 10:00am - 12:30pm
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11:00am

Kay Gardiner and Ann Shayne - Mason-Dixon Knitting Filed Guide No. 1 : Stripes (11-3 Saturday)
We have created Mason-Dixon Knitting Field Guides to explore the wide world of knitting in a tidy, compact way.  We hope to inpsire you to think about what you see when you're knitting, and to discover the ways knitting extends into a life well lived.  And, of course, we hope you'll knit something you love.

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Kay Gardiner

Author, Mason-Dixon Knitting Field Guide No. 1: Stripes
Mason-Dixon Knitting serves knitters by creating an ever-evolving world online and in real life where knitting is celebrated, explored and taught.  It is a place of rich community, creativity, curiosity and humor - the ultimate rabbit hole for knitters.  Kay lives in New York City.  Ann lives in Nashville.  We talk on the phone daily and send each other hundreds of emails a week across the Mason-Dixon Line.
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Ann Shayne

Author, Mason-Dixon Knitting Field Guides #1: Stripes
Mason-Dixon Knitting serves knitters by creating an ever-evolving world online and in real life where knitting is celebrated, explored and taught.  It is a place of rich community, creativity, curiosity and humor - the ultimate rabbit hole for knitters.  Kay lives in New York City.  Ann lives in Nashville.  We talk on the phone daily and send each other hundreds of emails a week across the Mason-Dixon Line.



Saturday October 15, 2016 11:00am - 3:00pm
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12:00pm

Shannon and Jason Mullet-Bowlsby - Crochet Geometry: Geometric Patterns to Knit and Flatter (12-1 Saturday)
Crocheters in search of sophisticated designs will find what they re looking for in this chic, contemporary collection. Fifteen patterns include sweaters, pullovers, boleros, and other stylish garments, all beginning with simple geometric shapes. A circle becomes a cardigan, four rectangles turn into a vest, and two triangles transform into a poncho. A superb basics section, with the clear, accessible details that have made Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby a renowned world-class teacher, will help even beginners master the skills needed to create these stunning items. 
One of "Booklist's Top 10 Crafts & Gardening Books: 2016!"


Saturday October 15, 2016 12:00pm - 1:00pm
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12:00pm

John Churchman - Sweet Pea and Friends : The SheepOver (12-5 Saturday)
Meet the adorable orphan lamb Sweet Pea and discover why her true story has become a picture book phenomenon and enchanted readers of all ages!
One cold winter night, Sweet Pea the orphan lamb becomes very sick. Everyone in the farmyard is worried about her! Under the watchful care of Farmer John, Laddie the sheepdog, and Dr. Alison the mobile veterinarian, she slowly recovers. Dr. Alison tells Sweet Pea she can have a sleepover to celebrate as soon as she is well again. When the day finally comes, her closest friends Sunny, Prem, and Violet join her in the greenhouse for a fun and imaginative "SheepOver" celebration. 
This charming story of caring and friendship by farm owners John and Jennifer Churchman, brought to life with John's entrancing photo-illustrations, will enchant readers young and old. In the words of one of her many fans, "Sweet Pea brings a calming, authentic joy to my life that makes me laugh, cry and gives me hope that all is well in the world. . . . Everyone needs a little Sweet Pea in their lives!"

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John Churchman

Authors, Sweet Pea and Friends : The SheepOver
John Churchman is an artist, photographer and farmer, bringing stories to life with his enchanting photo-illustrations. His wife Jennifer is a multimedia artist and business consultant, and has loved telling stories all her life.  | John and Jennifer bring their talents together to give voice to the stories of all the animals that surround them and add boundless enjoyment to their lives. They have made their home on a small farm in... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Bldg B 41.936052, -73.908475

1:00pm

Amy Herzog - You Can Knit That : Foolproof Instructions For Fabulous Sweaters (1-2 Saturday)
When knitting superstar Amy Herzog gets complimented on her hand-knit sweaters, the compliments are often followed by but I could never knit that. Now, you can! "You Can Knit That" is a clear, simple reference book and pattern collection that gives knitters the sweater-making confidence they need. Whether you re knitting a sweater for the first time or seeking to expand your skills to knit sweaters in styles you ve never tried before, this essential guide starts with basic sweater know-how and moves into instructions for knitting six must-have sweater styles vests, all-in-one construction, drop shoulders, raglans, yokes, and set-in sleeves. Each chapter offers a less-intimidating mini sweater sized for a child and a selection of adult women s patterns in 12 sizes 24 sweater patterns in all, each building on the next, to ensure success with even the most complicated sweaters.

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Amy Herzog

Authors, You Can Knit That : Fool Proof Instructions for Fabulous Sweaters
Amy is super passionate about helping knitters make sweaters that are both worn regularly and much-loved. She’s the creator of the CustomFit sweater pattern generator and the Knitter’s Toolbox collection of handy knitting calculators, and is also the author of Knit to Flatter and Knit Wear Love. Amy has been knitting since she was old enough to hold the needles, and tech-crazed since she created... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Bldg B 41.936052, -73.908475

1:00pm

Cathy Carron - Cow Girls 2 : The Necks Favorite Knits (1-5 Saturday)
The cowl is back! Bestselling author Cathy Carron once again gives the cowl her visionary treatment. Showcasing 35 fresh designs, this book offers an impressive range of styles, from Café au Lait, where two contrasting colors combine with a ripple pattern, to the sleek, double-faced Sun Valley. Beautiful colorwork, beading, shaping, cables, textures, embellishments, and more will catch the eye and hearts of every knitter and fashionista. CATHY CARRON is a well-known and highly respected knitwear designer and author of six books, including Hattitude (Sixth&Spring) and Hip Knit Hats (Lark). Her popular blog, knitcliks.com, is known for its daily content that pushes the knitting craft forward in fashionable and modern ways. 

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Cathy Carron

Author, Cow Girls 2: The Necks Favorite Knits
Internationally renown hand knitwear designer, Cathy Carron's latest work or collection is 'Happy Feet'. Her current work is regularly published in magazines such as Vogue Knitting, Interweave Knits, Knit Simple, and the online magazine, Twist Collective. Other recent work can be seen on Ravelry.com and her website www.pondedge.net. Her designs have appeared in Vogue Knitting, Interweave Knits, knit simple, Knit.1, knitscene, The Twist... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Bldg B 41.936052, -73.908475

1:00pm

Dora Ohrenstein - Top-Down Crochet Sweaters (1-5 Saturday)
Top-Down Crochet Sweaters
Working a garment from the top down is a popular knitting technique, and now, with Top-Down Crochet Sweaters, designer Dora Ohrenstein opens up the technique to crocheters, offering them the chance to unpack and explore all the beautiful possibilities available with top-down crochet garments. After a thorough workshop on the top-down technique — with step-by-step instructions accompanied by color photographs — Ohrenstein presents 14 sweater patterns. Two versions of each sweater are made with different yarns, usually in a different gauge, with options for six different sizes and variations in style. With options for several different necklines, silhouettes, lengths, and other stylistic elements, plus unique stitches to optimize shaping and drape, crocheters will be amazed by the stylish, contemporary designs now available for their favorite craft.



Authors
avatar for Dora Ohrenstein

Dora Ohrenstein

Authors, Top Down Crochet Sweaters: Fabulous Patterns With Perfect Fit
Dora Ohrenstein is a leading crochet designer, author, and teacher. She is the author of Top-Down Crochet Sweaters and The Crocheter’s Skill-Building Workshop, which is being hailed as a must-have resource by the crochet community. Ohrenstein’s chic and innovative designs appear regularly in Interweave Crochet, Crochet!, Crochet World, Vogue Knitting Crochet, and many other print and online... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Bldg B 41.936052, -73.908475

1:00pm

Jillian Moreno - Yarn-i-tec-ture | A Knitter's Guide to Spinning: Building Exactly the Yarn You Want (1-5 Saturday)
Yarn-i-tec-ture : A Knitter's Guide to Spinning: Building Exactly the Yarn You Want.  
Create your dream yarn! Discover the pleasures of designing and building custom-made yarn by spinning it yourself, choosing everything from color to feel and gauge. In Jillian Moreno's new book Yarn-i-tec-ture leads you through every step of yarn construction, with detailed instructions and step-by-step photos showing you how to select the fiber you want (wool, cotton, silk, synthetic), establish a foundation, and spin a beautiful yarn with the structure, texture, and color pattern that you want. In addition to teaching you the techniques you need for success, Moreno also offers 12 delicious original patterns from prominent designers, each one showcasing hand-spun yarns. 

Authors
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Jillian Moreno

Authors, yarn.i.tec.ture
Jillian Moreno has been involved in craft publishing for more than 20 years. She worked at Interweave Press and has co-authored two books, Big Girl Knits and More Big Girl Knits. For the past 11 years she has been at knitty.com, where she is the editor of Knittyspin, the advertising manager, and head of the KnittyBlog. She recently helped launch PLYmagazine and sits on their editorial board.



Saturday October 15, 2016 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Bldg B 41.936052, -73.908475

1:00pm

Kate Atherley - Beginner's Guide to Writing Knitting Patterns (1-5 Saturday)
The Beginner's Guide to Writing Knitting Patterns provides everything you need to know to share your projects with fellow knitters.  This one-stop guide includes concrete guidelines with lots of examles on everything from pattern writing basics, to schematics and charts. To handling multiple sizes, establishing a personal style sheet, and more.  The book addresses the details of how to create complete, clear and easy-to-use knitting patterns, and will help you translate your project into a set of instructions that any knitter can follow.

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Kate Atherley

Author, Beginner's Guide to Writing Knitting Patterns
The Managing Technical Editor of Knitty.com, Kate Atherley is the author of Custom Socks and Beyond Knit & Purl, the latter of which was praised as the the 21st century's answer f to Knitting for Anarchists.  Kate regularly teaches at stores and events across North America, including Interweave KnitLab, Yarn Fest, and Vogue Knitting Live. Her work has appeared in many books and magazines. | Twitter: @kateatherley | Instagram... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Bldg B 41.936052, -73.908475

1:30pm

Norah Gaughan- Knitted Cable Sourcebook: A Breakthrough Guide to Knitting Cables and Designing Your Own (1:30-4 Saturday)
This guide for the modern knitter presents more than 150 new and innovative cable stitch patterns ranging from basic to complex and offers enlightening insight into how cables are engineered, how knitters can design their own, and how knitters can mix and match cables in a knitting pattern. Teacher, author, and master knitter Norah Gaughan shares her design principles and offers clear cable-making instruction throughout, always in a conversational, easy-to-understand voice that proceeds naturally, as one cable idea leads to the next. Master the art of cable knitting, then test your newfound skills with the 15 garment patterns for wraps, sweaters, and accessories.

Authors
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Norah Gaughan

Authors, Knitted Cable Sourcebook: A Breakthrough Guide to Knitting With Cables and Creating Your Own
Named one of "Vogue Knitting's" Master Knitters of the 1990s, Norah Gaughan is the design director for Berroco Yarns. She has been working in the handknitting industry for more than 20 years and her designs have been featured in all of the major knitting periodicals as well as in many books, including "Handknit Hoilidays" and "Weekend Knitting" from STC. She divides her time between Peterborough, New Hampshire, and Providence, Rhode Island.



Saturday October 15, 2016 1:30pm - 4:00pm
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2:00pm

Edie Eckman - Crochet One-Skein Wonders for Babies (2-5 Saturday)
Crochet One-Skein Wonders for Babies, Irresistible! This collection of 101 projects makes it easy and fun to crochet adorable clothes, toys, and accessories for the babies and toddlers you love. Each project uses just one skein of yarn, many take just a few hours to complete, and plenty are suitable for beginners. Hats and caps, bootees and socks, mitts, dresses, tops and bottoms — plus blankets, bibs, soft toys, bottle cozies, diaper bags, and more — there’s something here for every baby! These original patterns were contributed by 54 designers around the world, and each one comes with complete instructions, charts, schematics, and beautiful photographs. 
Reach out to Edie on Facebook, Twitter, Pintrest, Instagram or Ravelry.                               

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Edie Eckman

Authors, Crochet One Skein Wonders For Babies
Edie Eckman is the author of Connect the Shapes Crochet Motifs, Around the Corner Crochet Borders,Beyond the Square Crochet Motifs, The Crochet Answer Book, andChristmas Crochet for Hearth, Home & Tree, as well as co-editor of Crochet One-Skein Wonders® and Crochet One-Skein Wonders® for Babies. She is a nationally known teacher, designer, writer, and editor in both the crochet and knitting... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Bldg B 41.936052, -73.908475

2:30pm

Nicky Epstein - Knit a Square, Create a Cuddly Creature : From Flat to Fabulous (2:30-5 Saturday)

Astute owls, feisty fighting fish, and adorable turtles are just a few of the many animals knitters will delight in constructing from this book of addictive projects. Knit a Square, Create a Cuddly Creature offers more than 35 knitted animals to make from step-by-step instructions. With Epstein's fresh approach to stuffed animals, all knitters need to do is knit a square (often with color work or quirky techniques), sew the square into the designated shape, and stuff it! Fun and easy-to-make embellishments add rich detail and character to each animal.

 

 


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Nicky Epstein

Author, Knit A Square, Create a Cuddly Creature - From Flat to Fabulous - A Step by Step Guide
NICKY EPSTEIN is a prolific knitwear designer, the author of many bestselling books on knitting, and a popular teacher who travels nationally and internationally to lecture and give workshops on her unique knitting techniques. Her numerous books published by Sixth&Spring have sold more than 650,000 copies. She has created designs for many yarn manufacturers, and her work is frequently published in knitting magazines, including Vogue... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 2:30pm - 5:00pm
Bldg B 41.936052, -73.908475

3:00pm

Judith Durant - Cable Left, Cable Right: 94 Knitted Cables (3-5 Saturday)
Cable Left, Cable Right: 94 Knitted Cables
Knitted cables, with their three-dimensional twists and turns, are a common element in lots of patterns -- but most patterns don’t include directions for executing them. Cable Left, Cable Right, by expert knitter Judith Durant, eliminates the mystery with detailed, in-depth instructions for creating 94 different styles of cable, from perfectly plain to fantastically fancy. Close-up photos and clear instructions teach you the techniques you need, including design options like braids, diamonds, and pretzels so you can make your cables truly one-of-a-kind. This book is the perfect companion to any knitting pattern featuring cables, giving you the information and skills to make polished, beautiful, and unique cables for any project. 



 

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Judith Durant

Authors, Cable Left, Cable Right : 94 Knitted Cables
Judith Durant is the editor of the best-selling One-Skein Wonders series, which currently includes seven volumes; the author of Cable Left, Cable Right, Increase, Decrease, and Knit One, Bead Too; and the co-author of Knitting Know-How. Durant has been knitting for more than 50 years and has been writing and editing for more than 30 years. She currently lives in Lowell, Massachusetts.



Saturday October 15, 2016 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Bldg B 41.936052, -73.908475

3:30pm

Cathy Vogt - Cultivating Joy in the Kitchen (3:30-5 Saturday)

Cathy Vogt's business,  A Natural Chef, has worked with 100’s of clients since 1996 offering Nutrition & Wellness coaching programs, Personal Chef Services and Professional Recipe Development for companies.

Cathy’s first book; Cultivating Joy in the Kitchen- offers plant based  recipes along with nourishment practices and empowering you to change your thought patterns regarding health & nutrition.

You can find out more about her work, recipes and resources www.anaturalchef.com

Cathy is also on Instagram & Facebook


 

 



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Cathy Vogt

Author, Cultivating Joy in the Kitchen
Cathy Vogt is a professionally trained Chef and  Health & Culinary Coach, focused on educating clients on how to adopt healthier eating & lifestyle habits.  She is a certified Integrative Nutrition Coach, Eating Psychology Coach and Breathing normalization specialist.  Cathy business,  A Natural Chef has worked with 100’s of clients since 1996 offering Nutrition & Wellness coaching programs, Personal Chef... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Bldg B 41.936052, -73.908475

4:00pm

Gale Zucker, Mary Lou Egan & Kirsten Kapur - Drop Dead Easy Knits (4 -5 Saturday)
Finally, a knitting book featuring fantastic projects that don’t require you to study a pattern for hours–a sure recipe for blissful, carefree knitting. A book of great potential gifts and keepsakes, this collection of 30 dynamic projects–from blankets to simple sweaters to wraps–is designed so you can easily pick up your needles during moments of free time, whether binge-watching a show, waiting for your plane to board, or having a “wine and knitting” night with friends. For key moments–such as joining an arm to a sweater or casting on additional rows–patterns are coded with “concentration zones” and “cruise control” segments for when you can go into a mindful state and let the knitting take a back seat. Thin enough to slip in your bag, with charming four-color photography throughout, Drop-Dead Easy Knits is the answer to all your laid-back knitting needs.

Authors
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Mary Lou Egan

Author, Drop Dead Easy Knits
As a designer, Mary Lou Egan specializes in accessible projects simple enough for a less experienced knitter to accomplished but that also give experienced kniters a chance to relax and knit: while waiting at the doctor's office, reading the subtitles in a movie, or hanging out with friends. Based in St. Paul, Minneasota, she teaches in the nationally-known shop, the Yarnery and at other shops and fiber festivals.  The insight gained from... Read More →
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Kirsten Kapur

Author, Drop Dead Easy Knits
Early in her career Kristen Kapur worked in ready to wear as both an apparel and textile designer.  During those years she gained a strong knowledge of garment construction as well as surface design, a combination of skills that led to designing knitwear which requires both. Kirsten particularly loves exploring the intersection of color and texture in design.  Her most recent book is Kirsten Kapur Shaw Book One.  Kirsten's... Read More →
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Gale Zucker

Author, Drop Dead Easy Knits
Gale Zucker is an award-winning editorial and commercial photographer.  She is the co-author/photographer of the books CraftActivism (2011) and Shear Spirit (2008).  Her clients include yarn companies, magazines book publishers, knitwear designers and artisnal clothing manufacturers.  Her publication credits include everything from Vogue Knitting and the New York Times to Forbes, Womans day, and TV Guide. | Gale can be found online... Read More →



Saturday October 15, 2016 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Bldg B 41.936052, -73.908475
 
Sunday, October 16
 

10:00am

Norah Gaughan - Knitted Cable Source Book: A Breakthrough Guide to Knitting Cables and Designing Your Own (10-12:30 Sunday)
This guide for the modern knitter presents more than 150 new and innovative cable stitch patterns ranging from basic to complex and offers enlightening insight into how cables are engineered, how knitters can design their own, and how knitters can mix and match cables in a knitting pattern. Teacher, author, and master knitter Norah Gaughan shares her design principles and offers clear cable-making instruction throughout, always in a conversational, easy-to-understand voice that proceeds naturally, as one cable idea leads to the next. Master the art of cable knitting, then test your newfound skills with the 15 garment patterns for wraps, sweaters, and accessories.

Authors
avatar for Norah Gaughan

Norah Gaughan

Authors, Knitted Cable Sourcebook: A Breakthrough Guide to Knitting With Cables and Creating Your Own
Named one of "Vogue Knitting's" Master Knitters of the 1990s, Norah Gaughan is the design director for Berroco Yarns. She has been working in the handknitting industry for more than 20 years and her designs have been featured in all of the major knitting periodicals as well as in many books, including "Handknit Hoilidays" and "Weekend Knitting" from STC. She divides her time between Peterborough, New Hampshire, and Providence, Rhode Island.



Sunday October 16, 2016 10:00am - 12:30pm
Bldg B 41.936052, -73.908475

10:00am

Gale Zucker, Mary Lou Egan & Kirsten Kapur - Drop Dead Easy Knits (10 - 1:00 Sunday)
Finally, a knitting book featuring fantastic projects that don’t require you to study a pattern for hours–a sure recipe for blissful, carefree knitting. A book of great potential gifts and keepsakes, this collection of 30 dynamic projects–from blankets to simple sweaters to wraps–is designed so you can easily pick up your needles during moments of free time, whether binge-watching a show, waiting for your plane to board, or having a “wine and knitting” night with friends. For key moments–such as joining an arm to a sweater or casting on additional rows–patterns are coded with “concentration zones” and “cruise control” segments for when you can go into a mindful state and let the knitting take a back seat. Thin enough to slip in your bag, with charming four-color photography throughout, Drop-Dead Easy Knits is the answer to all your laid-back knitting needs.

Authors
avatar for Mary Lou Egan

Mary Lou Egan

Author, Drop Dead Easy Knits
As a designer, Mary Lou Egan specializes in accessible projects simple enough for a less experienced knitter to accomplished but that also give experienced kniters a chance to relax and knit: while waiting at the doctor's office, reading the subtitles in a movie, or hanging out with friends. Based in St. Paul, Minneasota, she teaches in the nationally-known shop, the Yarnery and at other shops and fiber festivals.  The insight gained from... Read More →
avatar for Kirsten Kapur

Kirsten Kapur

Author, Drop Dead Easy Knits
Early in her career Kristen Kapur worked in ready to wear as both an apparel and textile designer.  During those years she gained a strong knowledge of garment construction as well as surface design, a combination of skills that led to designing knitwear which requires both. Kirsten particularly loves exploring the intersection of color and texture in design.  Her most recent book is Kirsten Kapur Shaw Book One.  Kirsten's... Read More →
avatar for Gale Zucker

Gale Zucker

Author, Drop Dead Easy Knits
Gale Zucker is an award-winning editorial and commercial photographer.  She is the co-author/photographer of the books CraftActivism (2011) and Shear Spirit (2008).  Her clients include yarn companies, magazines book publishers, knitwear designers and artisnal clothing manufacturers.  Her publication credits include everything from Vogue Knitting and the New York Times to Forbes, Womans day, and TV Guide. | Gale can be found online... Read More →



Sunday October 16, 2016 10:00am - 1:00pm
Bldg B 41.936052, -73.908475

10:00am

Dora Ohrenstein - Top-Down Crochet Sweaters (10-2 Sunday)
Top-Down Crochet Sweaters
Working a garment from the top down is a popular knitting technique, and now, with Top-Down Crochet Sweaters, designer Dora Ohrenstein opens up the technique to crocheters, offering them the chance to unpack and explore all the beautiful possibilities available with top-down crochet garments. After a thorough workshop on the top-down technique — with step-by-step instructions accompanied by color photographs — Ohrenstein presents 14 sweater patterns. Two versions of each sweater are made with different yarns, usually in a different gauge, with options for six different sizes and variations in style. With options for several different necklines, silhouettes, lengths, and other stylistic elements, plus unique stitches to optimize shaping and drape, crocheters will be amazed by the stylish, contemporary designs now available for their favorite craft.



Authors
avatar for Dora Ohrenstein

Dora Ohrenstein

Authors, Top Down Crochet Sweaters: Fabulous Patterns With Perfect Fit
Dora Ohrenstein is a leading crochet designer, author, and teacher. She is the author of Top-Down Crochet Sweaters and The Crocheter’s Skill-Building Workshop, which is being hailed as a must-have resource by the crochet community. Ohrenstein’s chic and innovative designs appear regularly in Interweave Crochet, Crochet!, Crochet World, Vogue Knitting Crochet, and many other print and online... Read More →



Sunday October 16, 2016 10:00am - 2:00pm
Bldg B 41.936052, -73.908475

10:00am

Jillian Moreno - Yarn-i-tec-ture | A Knitter's Guide to Spinning: Building Exactly the Yarn You Want (10-2 Sunday)
Yarn-i-tec-ture | A Knitter's Guide to Spinning: Building Exactly the Yarn You Want.  
Create your dream yarn! Discover the pleasures of designing and building custom-made yarn by spinning it yourself, choosing everything from color to feel and gauge. In Jillian Moreno's new book Yarn-i-tec-ture leads you through every step of yarn construction, with detailed instructions and step-by-step photos showing you how to select the fiber you want (wool, cotton, silk, synthetic), establish a foundation, and spin a beautiful yarn with the structure, texture, and color pattern that you want. In addition to teaching you the techniques you need for success, Moreno also offers 12 delicious original patterns from prominent designers, each one showcasing hand-spun yarns. 

Authors
avatar for Jillian Moreno

Jillian Moreno

Authors, yarn.i.tec.ture
Jillian Moreno has been involved in craft publishing for more than 20 years. She worked at Interweave Press and has co-authored two books, Big Girl Knits and More Big Girl Knits. For the past 11 years she has been at knitty.com, where she is the editor of Knittyspin, the advertising manager, and head of the KnittyBlog. She recently helped launch PLYmagazine and sits on their editorial board.



Sunday October 16, 2016 10:00am - 2:00pm
Bldg B 41.936052, -73.908475

10:00am

John Churchman - Sweet Pea and Friends : The SheepOver (10-2 Sunday)
Meet the adorable orphan lamb Sweet Pea and discover why her true story has become a picture book phenomenon and enchanted readers of all ages!
One cold winter night, Sweet Pea the orphan lamb becomes very sick. Everyone in the farmyard is worried about her! Under the watchful care of Farmer John, Laddie the sheepdog, and Dr. Alison the mobile veterinarian, she slowly recovers. Dr. Alison tells Sweet Pea she can have a sleepover to celebrate as soon as she is well again. When the day finally comes, her closest friends Sunny, Prem, and Violet join her in the greenhouse for a fun and imaginative "SheepOver" celebration. 
This charming story of caring and friendship by farm owners John and Jennifer Churchman, brought to life with John's entrancing photo-illustrations, will enchant readers young and old. In the words of one of her many fans, "Sweet Pea brings a calming, authentic joy to my life that makes me laugh, cry and gives me hope that all is well in the world. . . . Everyone needs a little Sweet Pea in their lives!"

Authors
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John Churchman

Authors, Sweet Pea and Friends : The SheepOver
John Churchman is an artist, photographer and farmer, bringing stories to life with his enchanting photo-illustrations. His wife Jennifer is a multimedia artist and business consultant, and has loved telling stories all her life.  | John and Jennifer bring their talents together to give voice to the stories of all the animals that surround them and add boundless enjoyment to their lives. They have made their home on a small farm in... Read More →



Sunday October 16, 2016 10:00am - 2:00pm
Bldg B 41.936052, -73.908475

10:00am

Nancy Shaw - Sheep Go To Sleep (10-2 Sunday)
Author Nancy Shaw has come back with her marvelous flock of  stories about our favorite sheep.  This year Sheep Go To Sleep, will be available in the board book and hardcover.  The tale begins with the walk home. It's time for bed but the sheep just aren't ready to settle down. But no fear.  A caring and trust worthy sheepdog is there to help. What will these restless sheep need before they are ready to go to sleep?  A hug?  A blanket?  A drink of water?  Will this loving and dedicated collie ever get these bleating sheep to sleep?  We simply love this story and know you will too.  It's already a beloved classic, as is Sheep in a Jeep which is also making it's debut as a board book.  Visit Nancy at  nancyshawbooks.com or nancyshawbooks.blogspot.com.

Authors
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Nancy Shaw

Authors, Sheep Go To Sleep
I gobbled up books when I was growing up. I loved Half Magic, My Father's Dragon, Uncle Scrooge Comics, and many more. We didn't get a TV until I was almost finished with third grade. My family played word games on the long car trips we took, so I enjoyed fooling around with words. I studied English literature in college and graduate school.  I'd been intrigued by picture books for a long time, but reading to my children made me... Read More →



Sunday October 16, 2016 10:00am - 2:00pm
Bldg B 41.936052, -73.908475

10:00am

Vernon Benjamin - History of the Hudson River Valley From the Civil War to the Modern Times (10-2:30 Sunday)
The History of the Hudson River Valley From the Civil War to Modern Times is the companion volume of Vernon Benjamin’s acclaimed history of the Hudson River Valley.  The two volumes, span from the post-Civil War period through the twentieth century, and into the present day. Vernon Benjamin’s magisterial first volume, The History of the Hudson River Valley: From Wilderness to the Civil War presented nearly 250 years of the Hudson River Valley’s dynamic past with unmatched richness and detail.

Now, in the final volume, Benjamin completes his account of the region by taking readers from the post-Civil War period into the present day. Here we see the formation of the great estates of the Valley, including the Rockefellers, Sunnyside, and Olana, and how the turn of the twentieth century brought a new era of growth and prosperity to the region. A young Franklin Delano Roosevelt takes his first political steps in the New York senate during this time, and Thomas Dewey’s work as New York State governor morphed him into a viable candidate on the national political stage as well. In short, the twentieth-century Hudson River Valley was a hotbed of wealth, influence, and culture, a significant and vibrant scene of American development. By taking his narrative all the way into the post-September 11 present moment, Vernon Benjamin concludes his engaging, readable, and comprehensive history of one of America’s most significant and culturally important regions. Richly illustrated and meticulously researched, The History of the Hudson River Valley: From the Civil War to Modern Times will be the definitive text on the subject for years to come.

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Vernon Benjamin

Author, The History of the Hudson River Valley: From the Civil War to Modern Times
Vernon Benjamin is an adjunct lecturer at Marist College whose first volume, subtitled From Wilderness to the Civil War, was published in 2014. The forthcoming volume, The History of the Hudson River Valley: From the Civil War to Modern Times, continues the detailed tapestry of the region's history, through the Gilded Age, the Jazz Age and Prohibition, the Roosevelt years and the postwar period, including a concluding chapter on "Modern... Read More →



Sunday October 16, 2016 10:00am - 2:30pm
Bldg B 41.936052, -73.908475

10:00am

Andrea Jurgrau - New Heights in Lace Knitting (10-5 Sunday)

New Heights in Lace Knitting will help you learn the foundation skills needed to become a successful lace knitter reaching new heights with each project you knit! The book includes extensive information on knitting with beads and valuable side bar information on understanding gauge, swatching, and more, alongside gorgeous must knit accessories.



Authors
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Andrea Jurgrau

Author, New Heights in Lace Knitting
Andrea Jurgrau is a nurse practitioner and avid lace knitter whose patterns have appeared in KnitScene, Vogue Knitting, Spin-Off, Enchanted Knits, and the Unofficial Downton Abbey Knitting Collection.  She resides in New York.



Sunday October 16, 2016 10:00am - 5:00pm
Bldg B 41.936052, -73.908475

10:00am

Bobbie Groome - Journey, A Knitter's Research From Lerwick to Land's End (10-5 Sunday)
Come join Bobbie on her travels, from country to country - from Lerwick to Land's End.  Meet the charming, hardworking people and the talented knitters she met along the way.                                                                                   Bobbie shares with you stories, memories and unique knitting techniques she acquired along her Journey, to understand the "engineering of sweaters."  
Her "thoughts" and "schools" at the end of each chapter, highlight unique knitting stitches and techniques of the respective countries.  It is an authentic history, providing insight into early knitting and its necessity of the times.

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Bobbie Groome

Authors, Journey, A Knitter's Research from Lerwick to Land's End
Bobbie Groome, 90 years young, has had a lifetime journey including travels to foreign countries and remote, barely accessible islands due to her curiosity and personal passion for wool.  A designer, lecturer and teacher, she owned the beloved and highly regarded Wool Shop in Locust Valley, NY for over 30 years.  Her designs have been featured in national consumer and craft magazines.  She offers unique "hands-on" instructions... Read More →



Sunday October 16, 2016 10:00am - 5:00pm
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10:00am

Heather Ross - How to Catch A Frog : And Other Stories of Family, Love, Dysfunction, Survival and DIY (10-5 Sunday)
Much of Heather Ross's creative work has been inspired by her being born into an eccentric family of artists and idealists in a rural corner of Vermont during the 1970s. According to Heather, that environment was defined by stunning natural beauty, creative and innovative living, and daily lessons in self-reliance. It also included equal parts of general dysfunction, a self-imposed but nearly inescapable poverty, and little exposure to basic life skills.
When, as a twenty-something, Heather complained to her mother about a long list of things she had missed out on and that had compromised her chance of ever leading a normal life (immunizations, a healthy respect for authority), her mother waved a hand and replied, Well, you should thank me, because you have a lot of good stories instead. "How to Catch a Frog" is a collection of those stories, plus others that show Ross's eventual route to success as an artist, entrepreneur, and mother, all animated by Ross s delightful illustrations and how-to instructions.

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Heather Ross

Authors, How to Catch A Frog: And Other Stories of Love, Family and ...
Heather Ross is an illustrator and fabric designer whose crafty creations have found commercial success and a massive online following. She has illustrated the Crafty Chloe books Crafty Chloe and Dress-Up Mess-Up and is also the author of the craft book Weekend Sewing. She grew up in the Vermont countryside and has a tremendous appreciation for nature, which continues to influence her work now that she lives with her... Read More →



Sunday October 16, 2016 10:00am - 5:00pm
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10:00am

Iza Trapani - Gabe and Goon (10-5 Sunday)
Gabe and Goon, Iza Trapani's newest book is about a little boys who's friendship with a Monster helps him to overcome his fear of Children.  Iza came to the United States at the age of seven, and learned English in part by reading Mother Goose Rhymes. She is the author nd illustrator of many children's books including Baa, Baa Black Sheep, Mary Had a Little Lamb, The Itsy Bitsy Spider many others including Old King Cole which came out in 2015.

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Iza Trapani

Authors, Gabe and Goon
I was born in Poland, and spoke only Polish when I came to the United States at the age of seven. My relatives gave me a big book of Mother Goose nursery rhymes and I began to learn English as I read the poems.  | | Little did I know that someday I would be writing my own verses and making books for children.  As you can see, I still like to read.



Sunday October 16, 2016 10:00am - 5:00pm
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10:00am

Jack Kelly - Heaven's Ditch: God, Gold, Murder on the Erie Canal (10-5 Sunday)
Heaven's Ditch: God, Gold, and Murder on the Erie Canal illuminates the building of the Erie Canal and the historic spiritual and political upheavals that erupted along its banks. The technological marvel of its age, the canal became the scene of one of the most striking outbursts of imagination in American history. Readers encounter America's very first “crime of the century,” wild treasure hunts, searing acts of violence, a visionary cross-dresser, and a panoply of fanatics, mystics, and hoaxers.
JACK KELLY is a journalist, novelist, and historian. He received the DAR's (Daughters of the American Revolution) History Award Medal for his book Band of Giants. He grew up in the Erie Canal region and now lives in New York's Hudson Valley.
Learn more at: https://heavensditch.com/ ; https://www.facebook.com/bandofgiants/

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Jack Kelly

Authors, Heaven's Ditch: God, Gold and Murder On the Erie Canal
Jack Kelly is a journalist, novelist, and historian, whose books include "Band of Giants," which received the DAR's History Award Medal. He has contributed to "The Wall Street Journal," and other national periodicals, and is a New York Foundation for the Arts fellow. He has appeared on The History Channel and been interviewed on National Public Radio. He spent his childhood in a town in the canal corridor adjacent to Palmyra, Joseph Smith's home... Read More →



Sunday October 16, 2016 10:00am - 5:00pm
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10:00am

Jennifer Wood - Refined Knits : Sophisticated Lace, Cable, and Aran Lace Knitwear (10- 5 Sunday)

Elegance at the tip of your needles!

Cables and lace are special enough by themselves, but there is something graceful, even magical, about combining the two. "Refined Knits" concentrates on these two techniques, along with incredibly unique Aran Lace which combines the two, and the results are sure to impress. Enduring Cables: discover cable-work with interesting structure in its details Graceful Lace: explore the delicate sophistication of open-work Elegant Aran Lace: combine lace and cables in unexpected and stunning ways Knitwear designer Jennifer Wood guides you through knitting these timeless, classic techniques, resulting in finished garments and accessories with a decidedly modern feel you'll treasure for years to come.


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Jennifer Wood

Authors, Refined Knits : Sophisticated Lace, Cable, and Aran Lace Knitware
In the early 2000s, when my daughter was in middle school, she had to read Witch of Blackbird Pond. She was very intrigued by the descriptions of the girls knitting and wanted to learn how to knit. So I bought a book, some yarn and some needles and we both learned how to knit. She soon got bored with it, I on the other hand was completely hooked. As the years went on and I learned more, I found myself altering patterns more to my style... Read More →



Sunday October 16, 2016 10:00am - 5:00pm
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10:00am

Lars Rains - Modern Lopi : New Approaches to an Icelandic Classic (10-5 Sunday)
Modern Lopi : Contains pattern's tailored to today's lifestyle, celebrating bold, creative palettes. It features designs created from a variety of yarn weights and a kaleidoscope of gorgeous brilliant hues.  With options ranging from bulky to lace and reflecting different skill levels, there's something warm, colorful and cozy for every knitter to be find within these pages.

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Lars Rains

Author, Modern Lopi: New Approaches to an Icelandic Classic
Lars has been obsessed with Icelandic Sweaters since he started knitting over twenty years ago.  His designs have appeared in Vogue Knitting, Knitty, and Knit Edge as well as in collections for Cascade Yarns, Malabrigo Yarns and Noro Yarns.



Sunday October 16, 2016 10:00am - 5:00pm
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10:00am

Margaret Hubert - Customize Your Knitting: Adjust to Fit; Embellish to Taste (10-5 Sunday)
Personalize any knitting pattern for a perfect fit and style all your own, with expert help from Margaret Hubert!

Designers have to create knitting patterns in standard sizes, but very few people actually match up to those "average" measurements. Body shapes vary, weight fluctuates, and good fit means different things to different people; so what is a knitter to do?

Customize Your Knitting teaches you how to adjust standard patterns to fit your unique measurements. Through techniques that Margaret Hubert has used for years to teach classes on custom fitting, you can learn to adjust patterns for a perfect fit for yourself or someone else. Yarn shop instructors can use the book to teach classes for their customers.



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Margaret Hubert

Authors, Customize Your Knitting: Adjust to Fit, Embellish to Taste
Margaret Hubert is the author of more than 20 crochet and knitting books, including" Plus Size Crochet, Knits for Men, Knit or Crochet--Have It Your Way, The Complete Photo Guide to Crochet, The Complete Photo Guide to Knitting, The Granny Square Book, Lacework for Adventurous Crocheters, Runway Crochet, "and" Customize Your Knitting." She has enjoyed a lifelong career designing both crochet and knit patterns for yarn companies and book and... Read More →



Sunday October 16, 2016 10:00am - 5:00pm
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10:00am

Rachel Coopey - Yeah Socks! (10-5 Sunday)
Rachel was taught to knit by her grandmother and mother when she was little and she’s still got the extremely long garter stitch stitch scarf to prove it! She was drawn to sock knitting when she bought 3 skeins of hand-dyed sock yarn because they were so beautiful and thought I’d give knitting a pair of socks a try, she has had a pair of socks on the needles ever since!

She has published two books of sock designs (Coop Knit Socks (vols 1&2) and Coop Knit Toasty (vols. 1 &2)  worked with Knitty.com, Interweave and Twist Collective. Socks Yeah! will be out just in time for the Festival, September 2016.  Think socks are a major passion!

Please check Rachel and her work out at:Twitter https://twitter.com/coopknits ; Instagram https://www.instagram.com/coopknits/ ; Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/RachelCoopeyKnits/ ; Ravelry http://www.ravelry.com/designers/rachel-coopey  ; Website http://www.coopknits.co.uk



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Rachel Coopey

Authors, Socks Yeah!
Rachel was taught to knit by her grandmother and mother when she was little and she’s still got the extremely long garter stitch stitch scarf to prove it! She was drawn to sock knitting when she bought 3 skeins of hand-dyed sock yarn because they were so beautiful and thought I’d give knitting a pair of socks a try, she has had a pair of socks on the needles ever since! | Visit Rachel's social network links to see more of what she's... Read More →



Sunday October 16, 2016 10:00am - 5:00pm
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10:00am

Susanna L. Hill - Can't Sleep Without Sheep (10-5 Sunday)
Whenever Ava can't sleep, she counts sheep. But Ava takes so long to fall asleep, it's the sheep who are growing tired - until, finally, they quit! When the sheep promise to find a replacement that Ava can count on, chaos ensues as chickens, cows, pigs, hippos and more try their hand at jumping over Ava's fence. Finding the perfectly peaceful replacement for sheep might not be so easy after all.

With irresistibly adorable art, this delightful take on a familiar sleep tactic is sure to become a bedtime favourite. https://susannahill.com/books/cant-sleep-without-sheep/

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Susanna Leonard Hill

Author, Can't Sleep Without Sheep
SUSANNA LEONARD HILL grew up in New York City with her mom and dad, one sister and two brothers, and an assortment of cats. | Since then Susanna has won awards in several National Writing Contests, including First Place in the 2005 SouthWest Writer's Children's Picture Book Contest  for her story Not Yet, Rose, First Place in the 2005 Seven Hills Contest for Writers (Children's Fiction) for 3 stories, First Place in the 2006 ... Read More →



Sunday October 16, 2016 10:00am - 5:00pm
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10:00am

Wendy Bernard - The Knitting All Around Stitch Dictionary: 150 New Stitch Patterns To Knit Top Down, Bottom Up, Back and Forth and In The Round (10-5 Sunday)
Wendy Bernard s groundbreaking reference title Up, Down, All-Around Stitch Dictionary was the first of its kind to provide stitch patterns written for top-down, bottom-up, back-and-forth, and in-the-round constructions and readers took notice. 
Now Bernard is back with The Knitting All Around Stitch Dictionary, which picks up where the first volume left off, adding hundreds of new stitch patterns organized similarly by type knit and purl, textured stitches, ribs, lace, and cables plus a chapter on mosaic knitting. Each chapter of The Knitting All Around Stitch Dictionary includes a customizable pattern so that knitters can easily swap out stitch patterns to make their own unique knitted items.

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Wendy Bernard

Authors, The Knitting All Around Stitch Dictionary: 150 New Stitch Patterns
Wendy Bernard is the author of Up, Down, All-Around Stitch Dictionary and the Custom Knits series. Her knitwear patterns have been published widely online and in print in Interweave Knits and Knitscene magazines. She teaches top-down and other knitting techniques nationwide, as well as in online classes through Creativebug.com and Craftsy.com.



Sunday October 16, 2016 10:00am - 5:00pm
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11:00am

Amy Herzog - You Can Knit That : Foolproof Instructions For Fabulous Sweaters (11-12 Sunday)
When knitting superstar Amy Herzog gets complimented on her hand-knit sweaters, the compliments are often followed by but I could never knit that. Now, you can! "You Can Knit That" is a clear, simple reference book and pattern collection that gives knitters the sweater-making confidence they need. Whether you re knitting a sweater for the first time or seeking to expand your skills to knit sweaters in styles you ve never tried before, this essential guide starts with basic sweater know-how and moves into instructions for knitting six must-have sweater styles vests, all-in-one construction, drop shoulders, raglans, yokes, and set-in sleeves. Each chapter offers a less-intimidating mini sweater sized for a child and a selection of adult women s patterns in 12 sizes 24 sweater patterns in all, each building on the next, to ensure success with even the most complicated sweaters.

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Amy Herzog

Authors, You Can Knit That : Fool Proof Instructions for Fabulous Sweaters
Amy is super passionate about helping knitters make sweaters that are both worn regularly and much-loved. She’s the creator of the CustomFit sweater pattern generator and the Knitter’s Toolbox collection of handy knitting calculators, and is also the author of Knit to Flatter and Knit Wear Love. Amy has been knitting since she was old enough to hold the needles, and tech-crazed since she created... Read More →



Sunday October 16, 2016 11:00am - 12:00pm
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11:00am

Kay Gardiner and Ann Shayne -Mason-Dixon Knitting Filed Guide No. 1 : Stripes (11-3 Sunday)
We have created mason-Dixon Knitting Field Guides to explore the wide world of knitting in a tidy, compact way.  We hope to inpsire you to think about what you see when you're knitting, and to discover the ways knitting extends into a life well lived.  And, of course, we hope you'll knit something you love.

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Kay Gardiner

Author, Mason-Dixon Knitting Field Guide No. 1: Stripes
Mason-Dixon Knitting serves knitters by creating an ever-evolving world online and in real life where knitting is celebrated, explored and taught.  It is a place of rich community, creativity, curiosity and humor - the ultimate rabbit hole for knitters.  Kay lives in New York City.  Ann lives in Nashville.  We talk on the phone daily and send each other hundreds of emails a week across the Mason-Dixon Line.
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Ann Shayne

Author, Mason-Dixon Knitting Field Guides #1: Stripes
Mason-Dixon Knitting serves knitters by creating an ever-evolving world online and in real life where knitting is celebrated, explored and taught.  It is a place of rich community, creativity, curiosity and humor - the ultimate rabbit hole for knitters.  Kay lives in New York City.  Ann lives in Nashville.  We talk on the phone daily and send each other hundreds of emails a week across the Mason-Dixon Line.



Sunday October 16, 2016 11:00am - 3:00pm
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12:00pm

Edie Eckman - Crochet One-Skein Wonders for Babies (12-5 Sunday)
Crochet One-Skein Wonders for Babies, Irresistible! This collection of 101 projects makes it easy and fun to crochet adorable clothes, toys, and accessories for the babies and toddlers you love. Each project uses just one skein of yarn, many take just a few hours to complete, and plenty are suitable for beginners. Hats and caps, bootees and socks, mitts, dresses, tops and bottoms — plus blankets, bibs, soft toys, bottle cozies, diaper bags, and more — there’s something here for every baby! These original patterns were contributed by 54 designers around the world, and each one comes with complete instructions, charts, schematics, and beautiful photographs. 
Reach out to Edie on Facebook, Twitter, Pintrest, Instagram or Ravelry.                               

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Edie Eckman

Authors, Crochet One Skein Wonders For Babies
Edie Eckman is the author of Connect the Shapes Crochet Motifs, Around the Corner Crochet Borders,Beyond the Square Crochet Motifs, The Crochet Answer Book, andChristmas Crochet for Hearth, Home & Tree, as well as co-editor of Crochet One-Skein Wonders® and Crochet One-Skein Wonders® for Babies. She is a nationally known teacher, designer, writer, and editor in both the crochet and knitting... Read More →



Sunday October 16, 2016 12:00pm - 5:00pm
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12:00pm

Judith Durant - Cable Left, Cable Right: 94 Knitted Cables (12-5 Sunday)
Cable Left, Cable Right: 94 Knitted Cables
Knitted cables, with their three-dimensional twists and turns, are a common element in lots of patterns -- but most patterns don’t include directions for executing them. Cable Left, Cable Right, by expert knitter Judith Durant, eliminates the mystery with detailed, in-depth instructions for creating 94 different styles of cable, from perfectly plain to fantastically fancy. Close-up photos and clear instructions teach you the techniques you need, including design options like braids, diamonds, and pretzels so you can make your cables truly one-of-a-kind. This book is the perfect companion to any knitting pattern featuring cables, giving you the information and skills to make polished, beautiful, and unique cables for any project. 



 

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Judith Durant

Authors, Cable Left, Cable Right : 94 Knitted Cables
Judith Durant is the editor of the best-selling One-Skein Wonders series, which currently includes seven volumes; the author of Cable Left, Cable Right, Increase, Decrease, and Knit One, Bead Too; and the co-author of Knitting Know-How. Durant has been knitting for more than 50 years and has been writing and editing for more than 30 years. She currently lives in Lowell, Massachusetts.



Sunday October 16, 2016 12:00pm - 5:00pm
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1:00pm

Clare Lakewood (1-2 Sunday)
Clare Lakewood is a West Coast to West Coast transplant.  Born and raised on the West Coast of Australia, she relocated to San Francisco in late 2013, and now enjoys living in a city where every season is handknit season.  She favours texture, simple shapes, and lace; designing the kinds of things she wishes were already in her closet.
Instagram: @lakewoodknits 

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Clare Lakewood

Designers, Pom Pom Quarterly
Clare Lakewood is a West Coast to West Coast transplant . Born and raised on the West Coast of Australia, she relocated to San Francisco in late 2013, and now enjoys living in a city where every season is handknit season.  She favours texture, simple shapes, and lace; designing the kinds of things she wishes were already in her closet.  Instagram: @lakewoodknits



Sunday October 16, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm
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1:00pm

Cathy Carron - Cow Girls 2 : The Necks Favorite Knits (1-5 Sunday)
The cowl is back! Bestselling author Cathy Carron once again gives the cowl her visionary treatment. Showcasing 35 fresh designs, this book offers an impressive range of styles, from Café au Lait, where two contrasting colors combine with a ripple pattern, to the sleek, double-faced Sun Valley. Beautiful colorwork, beading, shaping, cables, textures, embellishments, and more will catch the eye and hearts of every knitter and fashionista. CATHY CARRON is a well-known and highly respected knitwear designer and author of six books, including Hattitude (Sixth&Spring) and Hip Knit Hats (Lark). Her popular blog, knitcliks.com, is known for its daily content that pushes the knitting craft forward in fashionable and modern ways. 

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Cathy Carron

Author, Cow Girls 2: The Necks Favorite Knits
Internationally renown hand knitwear designer, Cathy Carron's latest work or collection is 'Happy Feet'. Her current work is regularly published in magazines such as Vogue Knitting, Interweave Knits, Knit Simple, and the online magazine, Twist Collective. Other recent work can be seen on Ravelry.com and her website www.pondedge.net. Her designs have appeared in Vogue Knitting, Interweave Knits, knit simple, Knit.1, knitscene, The Twist... Read More →



Sunday October 16, 2016 1:00pm - 5:00pm
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1:30pm

Norah Gaughan - Knitted Cable Source Book: A Breakthrough Guide to Knitting Cables and Designing Your Own (1:30-4 Sunday)
This guide for the modern knitter presents more than 150 new and innovative cable stitch patterns ranging from basic to complex and offers enlightening insight into how cables are engineered, how knitters can design their own, and how knitters can mix and match cables in a knitting pattern. Teacher, author, and master knitter Norah Gaughan shares her design principles and offers clear cable-making instruction throughout, always in a conversational, easy-to-understand voice that proceeds naturally, as one cable idea leads to the next. Master the art of cable knitting, then test your newfound skills with the 15 garment patterns for wraps, sweaters, and accessories.

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Norah Gaughan

Authors, Knitted Cable Sourcebook: A Breakthrough Guide to Knitting With Cables and Creating Your Own
Named one of "Vogue Knitting's" Master Knitters of the 1990s, Norah Gaughan is the design director for Berroco Yarns. She has been working in the handknitting industry for more than 20 years and her designs have been featured in all of the major knitting periodicals as well as in many books, including "Handknit Hoilidays" and "Weekend Knitting" from STC. She divides her time between Peterborough, New Hampshire, and Providence, Rhode Island.



Sunday October 16, 2016 1:30pm - 4:30pm
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3:00pm

Fiona Alice ( 3-5 Sunday)
Fiona ALice is a knitwear designer from Nova Scotia, Canada, currently living in London, UK.  After Studying other textile mediums at teh Nova Scotia College of Art adn Design University she worked in a local yarn shop that inspired her to pursue knitting full-time.  She published her first book last winter, Take Heart: a Transatlantic Knitting Journey, a collection of knitted accessories published by Pom Pom Press.  fionaalice.com

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Fiona Alice

Designers, Pom Pom Quarterly
Fiona Alice is a knitware designer from Nova Scotia, Canada, currently living in London, UK. After studying other textile mediums at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University she worked in a local yarn shop that inspired her to pursue knitting full-time.  She published her first book last winter, Take Heart: A Transatlantic Knitting Journey, a collection of knitted accessories published by Pom Pom Press.  fionaalice.com



Sunday October 16, 2016 3:00pm - 5:00pm
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