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Le Lot et La Laine Festival

by ysoldateague June 02, 2011

While Ysolda continues her travels we wanted to let you know that she’ll be teaching at the first Festival Le Lot et La Laine Festival from 9-10th of July in France. The festival is held in a beautiful setting and you can find more information here, or join in on the chat in their Ravelry group Le Lot et La Laine.
Her first class option is The Perfect Sweater, which is being offered in English and twice with a French translation, Le Pull Parfait. Ysolda will help you put into practice the techniques contained in Little Red in the City for creating your Perfect Sweater / Le Pull Parfait.

The other option is a class about the ever popular Ishbel, and then on the final evening of the festival Ysolda will be holding a book signing, bring your copy of Little Red in the City to be signed or pick one up at the event.  Both Whimsical Little Knits books will be available too!

All of the information regarding signup for the classes can be found here and here.

Ysolda’s classes at a glance –
Saturday 9 July
The Perfect Sweater – 3hr class in the morning
Le Pull Pairfait – French Translation of The Perfect Sweater – 3hr class in the afternoon

Sunday 10 July
Le Pull Pairfait – French Translation of The Perfect Sweater – 3hr class in the morning
Ishbel – 2hr workshop in the afternoon

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