Monday, April 21, 2008

The Knitter's Frolic and some Sweet Treats...

Many of you are likely already aware that this Saturday coming is the most earth shattering knitting event of the season; the Knitter's Frolic! Okay, so this is my first Frolic, and I don't exactly know what to expect, but I am completely convinced that it will be earth shattering.

The Knitter's Frolic will be held at the Japanese Cultural Center on Saturday, April 26. For more information you can visit the Downtown Knitting Collective's web site where they have vendor and class lists as well as directions and even accomodation info! Just about everyone who has anything to do with knitting in the city will be there with a booth full of goodies, including the Naked Sheep.

Sarah and I will be facing a rather early and coffee riddled morning on Saturday, as our booth is set to open up early (8:30). This is a blessing for me actually because I'm sure that excitement will keep me from sleeping the night before anyway. We have a great selection of yarn, bags, books and more, so be sure to check us out while you're there; Our booth will be located near the entrance to the cafeteria.

We also would like to invite you to participate in a little challenge of ours:
Our booth has a super sweet theme, and in keeping with that theme we have decided to supply Life is Sweet mini cupcakes to the first 20 people to drop by and mention our yummy code phrase, "Life is sweet at the Naked Sheep". These are not just any old cupcake, so plan on getting there early because they won't last long!

I should also mention that the cupcake pictured above and below, will be at the frolic as well (yes, it is very cute) and I'm working on a pattern for it that I will post up on this blog very soon.

Thanks for reading, and I hope to see you at the Frolic!

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