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Good morning Chicago

by ysoldateague November 02, 2013

I’m about to go teach one of my favourite classes, on top-down sweater shaping, at VKLive. In an effort to be wide-awake by class time, Laura, Gudrun and I went on a little excursion this morning for coffee and pictures of the bean. Unfortunately we were a bit early for the sun, but we still got some fun photos! 

Later today, at 12:30 I’ll be signing books in Jill Draper’s booth (first aisle on the fourth floor). Please stop by if you’re in Chicago.

 

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