Knitting Foundations

Boonville Winter Knitting Retreat

Hi everyone,

Just wanted to make sure you got the news that I’m putting on a knitting retreat at the Boonville Hotel (~ an hour and 10 minutes North of Santa Rosa).

The Full Knitting Retreat is Dec 6th and 7th. If you lodge at the Boonville Hotel you receive a 25% discount off of their room prices listed on the website Boonville Hotel as well as an extra workshop on Monday eve with me on some fun and innovative  last minute knitted gift ideas and a half hour knitting consultation scheduled during the retreat. When you make your reservations online – make a note to them that you are with Jessica’s Knitting Retreat – the 25% discount will be adjusted on your hotel bill when you check out.

You are also welcome to join us solely for the day Tuesday, Dec 7th – morning workshop is on designing your own seamless sweater, in the round, bottom up, including a variety of yoke possibilities, a fabulous lunch, then an afternoon workshop – Permission to design with color, with a focus on the Persian Poppy Shawl.

To attend Tuesday’s workshops and lunch the fee is $95. To have the full retreat the fee is $95 plus what you do for your hotel lodging. Soon I will list a variety of wonderful (in walking distance from the Boonville Hotel) dining options for your other meals.

Boonville Hotel will have this event listed on their site by the end of next week. But you are welcome to call the hotel as soon as you’d like to make reservations and sign up.

Materials and Pre-Retreat Homework will be posted soon.

Let me know if you have any questions.

knit happy, Jessica


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