Knit This, Purl That!

Recently I was invited to teach at a wonderful yarn shop Knit This, Purl That! in Pleasanton, CA.
The owner, Sandy as well as her staff were so very sweet and welcoming. 

As I walked around this adorable shop I was pleased to see my patterns and knitted samples prominently displayed at nearly every turn. What a compliment!

I couldn't have asked for a nicer group to work with in my class. 
Everyone was so supportive and kind. 

I am so grateful to Sandy and these wonderful knitters for an amazing weekend in Pleasanton. 
I hope to visit again!

If you are ever in the area, be sure to stop by Knit This, Purl That! in Pleasanton. 
It's a great shop with great people!


Julie said...

looks like it was an awesome visit, and their shop is so beautiful.

Anonymous said...

Whats the name of the pattern for the sweater with the single tree on what I think is the back? Love it and I can't find it on your site.

Renee Anne said...

Well poo. If I had known you were going to be so close, I maybe would have swung out that way...

Alana said...

Hi Crazy Mama!

Thank you! That is my Bare Branches sweater found in my book Botanical Knits 2.

Thanks so much!

Unknown said...

How lovely to see your designs displayed like that!
Looks like a wonderful day :)

Suzanne said...

Looks like they rolled out the red carpet for you.

NC said...

Where can I find the Trail Jacket pattern?

Alana said...

Hi NC,

The Trail Jacket is a pattern by Hannah Fettig. You can find it on knitbot.com.


NC said...

Thanks Alana!

Cindy said...

What, the yarn changes color in the sun?? I think I NEED that. I love your podcast.

Kathy said...

I saw the color changing yarn in a LYS recently. It looked amazing!

kathyg on Rav

Karenandtedpdx said...

Another great podcast. I will miss you over the summer Alana, but luckily I have a number of podcasts from your early days. Long before I discovered your podcasts, to keep my laughing and knitting through the summer. I'd love to win that funky color-changing yarn. It sounds like it could make a fun hat for my nephew.
It is awesome to see the samples next to the patterns for your knits. I can't imagine walking out of that shop without at least one of your projects in my bag. You may think you are the last person who needs more yarn, but I can assure you I would give you stiff competition for that honor.
Enjoy some rest over the summer. I'm looking forward to your future. Designs. Karen- aka SheWhoKnitsKAT on Ravelry.

moniru said...

What a great LYS. Congratulations! Please enter me in your contest to win that awesome UV sensitive yarn!

Moniru on Ravelry

Ameika said...

I love those botanical knits, I've maid some of that kind myself aswell.