Thursday, January 29, 2009


Ongoing events this weekend: Get your knit-on at the HomeGirl Cafe Alameda and Bruno, Downtown, 2-5. It's Metro close, just east of Chinatown. If you're there, watch out for traffic, the Golden Dragon Parade celebrating Chinese New Year is Saturday!
Track 16 Gallery at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica is continuing their exhibition, "Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef." This show continues through February 28. It's a must-see!
Saturday and Sunday at
Descanso Gardens in La CaƱada, you can see the most beautiful flowers at the Camelia Festival.
Sunday is the 43rd Super Bowl. If you won't be glued to your television and want a yarn break and you live in the SF Valley, head over to Unwind in Burbank. They're having a huge Super Bowl Sunday Yarn Sale from 10-6pm. In Valley Village, The Stitch Cafe is having their big Super Bowl Yarn Sale and Party, 9am - 5pm. If you live on the Westside, head over to A Mano, bring a nosh to share for their Anti-Super Bowl Party and Sale, 12-5pm.
Also on Sunday, the Los Angeles Conservancy is hosting a FREE walking tour of L.A.'s downtown evolving skyline.
Oh yeah! I was going to show you that gorgeous Araucania Ranco yarn I purchased at Wild Fiber's back room..HALF-PRICE!!!Hope to see you around town this weekend!

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At 3:04 PM PST, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ooooo...camelias. I just love camelias. Thanks for the link.

El Sereno

At 4:03 PM PST, Blogger woolanthropy said...

I think it might be a little early for the camellias to be fully bursting. I went last February and they were just starting to open. But we have had some extremely warm weather this month.

Its Super bowl festivities for me. Go Steelers!

At 4:47 PM PST, Blogger Ana Petrova said...

Camellias are in full bloom around my neighborhood, they look beautiful!


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