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Ysolda at VK Live!

by ysoldateague October 26, 2012

Some of you might already know that Ysolda’s over in the US at the moment, and this weekend she’s teaching at the first Vogue Knitting Live event to land in Chicago!  Classes have just got underway, and there is lots to see over the next few days, including a fantastic marketplace.

Ysolda will be doing a book signing at the lovely Green Mountain Spinnery booth in the marketplace on Saturday, from 12.30pm.  If you haven’t picked up a copy of her books yet, want to get yours signed or just want to say hello please stop by!

If you missed out this time there’ll be another chance to take part in one of Ysolda’s classes in January, as VK Live! heads over to New York.  Registration is now open for all classes and events and it takes place from 18-20 January 2013.

 

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