Friday, September 23, 2005

Tiki Night at the SnB

Considering it rained this past week and fall in L.A. is in full swing, our tropical Tiki Night at the WeHo SnB was really fun! It was our last stab at celebrating summer. Natalie (see pic below) was the instigator of this evening. She brought decorations, others brought Hawaiian wedding cake, cookies, punch, Mai-Tais, etc. Almost everyone got into the swing and wore tropical clothing, along with knitted scarves to ward off the chill. Others in the upstairs dining area at the Original Farmers Market gave us some odd looks, but the Farmers Market is one of those great Hollywood institutions where anything goes! We call it the vortex of Los Angeles....everyone eventually ends up there.
Looks like many of our members have graduated from making scarves and ponchos and are actually making sweaters, coats, hats and more complicated items. It's always an inspiration, knitting and crocheting along with talented people.
Do find the Stitch 'n Bitch meeting in your area. You won't be disappointed!
Have a wonderful weekend, everybody!



At 8:41 AM PDT, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Ellen! Love your blog! How long have you been going to SnB (your SnB looks like so much fun)? When did you start? Mani

At 10:30 AM PDT, Blogger Ellen Bloom said...

Hi Mani!
This particular branch of SnB at the Farmers Market started about a year and 1/2 ago. We initially had about 6 people in the group. It has grown tremendously since that time. If you're in the area, please join us!


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