I recently completed a knitting class to learn how to do the Wingspan scarf/shawl pattern that can be found on Ravelry.  It was fun and I will post pictures of my project when it is done.
I’ll admit something.  I could’ve easily have figured out this pattern on my own.  The real reason I took the class?  I wanted some knitting camaraderie!  I love hanging out with other knitters while we are working on a project and just shooting the breeze.  I paid money for that.  And I don’t regret it!
Last night was the final hour of the class.  Three of us sat around a table, knitting, and talking about life.  One big topic was movies.  It was another common thread between us and it was refreshing.  I need to hang out and knit with my fellow knitters more. 

One thought on “Camaraderie

  1. i feel it definitely is worth it to pay for a knitting class for the comraderie!
    while i can't afford to take one just yet, i find that going to something even like a knit night nearby really helps me into a flow.
    it's still a little difficult to find knitters in my area who are near my age. so far i've been the consulting twenty-year-old in the groups i go to when someone needs to know what their daughters must be thinking. o_o


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