Author Topic: Tying knots across the US...  (Read 2113 times)

Loren

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Tying knots across the US...
« on: February 28, 2007, 05:25:20 AM »
It just occurred to me that perhaps some other folks along my path would enjoy getting together at some point.  I'll be hopping from workshop to workshop, of course, but I've made an effort to give myself some breathing space between stops. 

Most of you folks already know how to tie the knots I teach in my workshops, but maybe you'd like to try them in metal?  :)

Here's the latest notification I've sent out to my list of interested parties:

Some new information, some changed information.  This is the latest listing of my stops during my trip out to the northwest US and back.  I'll be leaving Florida around the 18th of March, and returning by May 15th.     

    *  March 21-22 -- Workshops in Campbell, MO   
    * March 23-25 -- MidSouthCon Science Fiction convention
    * March 26-27 -- Workshops in Little Rock, AR.
    * March 28-29 -- Workshops in DFW.   
    * March 30 - April 1 -- Craft Guild workshops in DFW.   {register with Craft Guild]
    * April 2-3 -- Workshops in San Antonio, TX.      [full]
    * April 6-7 -- Workshops in Tucson, AZ.
    * April 10 -- International Guild of Knot Tyers meeting in SoCal
    * April 11-15 -- Workshops in Van Nuys
    * April 16-17 -- Workshops in Castro Valley, CA.
    * April 18-19 -- Workshops in Folsom, CA.
    * April 21-22 -- Workshops in Woodinville, WA.
    * April 24-25 -- Workshops on Lopez Island, WA.
    * May 5-6 -- Workshops in Denver, CO.
    * May 12-13 -- Workshops in Pensacola, FL.

There are openings for students in all classes except where indicated.  I still have some time for more workshops in a few of the gaps, most particularly in the interval between the Lopez Island, WA workshops and the ones in Denver, CO, and during the trip back from Colorado to Florida.

Registration page is on my website, look for a link to it from the main page.

For those who have inquired about the status of wedding ring orders while I'm on the road, I can tell you that I'll be making lots of rings along the way, and it won't be any problem at all to fill your orders!  Heck, why not sign up for the ring workshop and you can make your own wedding rings, right there.

Speaking of which, I'm seriously considering offering that as a option for couples, to plan and create each others' rings out of 18K gold during a small workshop session -- just the thing for a truly significant ring to place on your dear one's finger.  Special arrangements to be made in advance, in order to allow me to stock up on the more valuable materials required.  I welcome questions, suggestions, cries of "You've gotta be out of your mind!", or anything else that occurs to you on this subject, because I'm still trying to make my mind up.

Loren