tjstein (tjstein) wrote in kc_crafters,

Knitting in the Heartland

The Sunflower Knitters Guild puts together a bi-annual knitting conference called Knitting in the Heartland. The event is next weekend, April 5 and 6, at the Lenexa Radisson, 95th St. and I-35. The vendor market is open to the public both days, and Stefanie Japel, author of “Fitted Knits,” will be signing books from 1:15 to 1:45 p.m. in the vendor market. Books will be available at the event if you want one signed and haven't purchased a copy yet although you are more than welcome to bring your personal copy if you have already have one.

There are still some openings in classes and if there are class openings next weekend, you can sign up then. For a copy of the brochure and to see the list of local vendors, please visit our website.

Even if you are not taking classes, please come!

There will be a variety of vendors at this event. We are fortunate to have so many wonderful yarn shops and talented people right in our own back yard. Please come out and support your local yarn shops, dyers, spinners, and designers, and meet some new knitting friends. The Knitting 911 room will be open Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning. Bring a project that you've been stuck on and ask our guild volunteers for help. Knitting 911 is free to registered participants and $5 for drop-ins who aren't taking a class.

If you have any questions, feel free to comment or e-mail us

Thanks and see you there!
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