It was an honor to teach at the museum, and I look forward to the next time I am able to gather with a group and help them learn more about knitting. This event was even more special because we had the opportunity to talk about the Navajo Churro sheep and use the wonderful yarn that is sold by Black Mesa Weavers - and it was great to get to introduce others to this unique, hardy wool!
The museum's quiet classroom is hidden in the back of the building and is HUGE with tall ceilings, skylights and plenty of tables and chairs for even a large group to be comfortable. Check their calendar for upcoming events if you live in or are planning to visit the San Jose area make the museum one of your stops, and take advantage of their spectacular programming! Not only do they offer great workshops and lectures, they often have multicultural arts programs for kids!
If you're not in the area, I have also released the pattern online through Ravelry. Click the "Buy Now" button below or visit my SHOP page to review the pattern and make a purchase. Be sure to link the pattern on Ravelry so I can see your progress and, as always, if there are any questions, be sure to contact me; I'm more than happy to offer any assistance I can with your project.
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