December 6, 2023

The Friday Night Knitting Club... The #1 New York Times Bestseller,

"Once a week, an eclectic group of women comes together at a New York City yarn shop to work on their latest projects" has captured the hearts of many readers since its publication on December 4, 2012.
As a devoted fan of Debbie Macomber's book series, I have read this bestseller multiple times, and it holds a special place in my heart as my second favorite book series.
After relinquishing part ownership of All About Yarn in Azusa in 2010, I promised to pursue my passion for knitting and yarn once I retired from teaching.
As an Azusa Wednesday Senior Center Knitting Group member, I enjoy learning from fellow members and admiring their beautiful creations. However, I still yearn for more creativity in my life.
I often daydream about starting a knitting group, a yarn shop, or even a yarn mobile. The idea of a Yarn Mobile particularly appeals to me as it would allow for knitting groups in various scenic locations such as parks, the beach, or libraries. This would provide an excellent opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals and be a more cost-effective option than a traditional brick-and-mortar store with high rent.
While these dreams are still in the planning stages, I find solace in envisioning knitting adventures in beautiful places with fellow enthusiasts who share my passion for needle art.
The possibilities for creating a mobile yarn shop are endless, and I am eager to see where this dream takes me. 
As I continue to color my dreams with knitting adventures, I am filled with excitement and hope for the future. The prospect of bringing the joy of knitting to new and inspiring locations fills me with a sense of purpose and anticipation. With each stitch, I am one step closer to realizing my dream. 
Food for thought: Creating my Friday night or Saturday Evening  Knitting Club would be icing on the cake! 

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