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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Looking Back at 2010 - What We Did

One measure of life is how you spend your time.  Here's how our small yarn community spent part of 2010: 
TYF's Community Gave Back to the Community:burma refugees
Burma Karin Refugees
Care 7  
Clare Bridge 
Yarn Donation
Hospice of the Valley
Desiderata School Knitting Project 
Customer Parking Lot Exchange/Sale for Ronald McDonald  

We Expanded Our Skills:
joan class
Joan Schrouder
JC Briar
Edie Eckman

The Only Thing That Is Constant Is Change:

retreat 2010
4th Annual Choose Your Own Retreat
We MOVED to Bigger Shop and Before Space / After
Became a Schacht Dealership 
Refer A Friend Program 
Stitches South
Follow Me To  
Customer Appreciation Program
Open on Sundays 
2011 Tempe Yarn Calendar

Supporting Local Artists 
drop spindles kcl
KCL Wools

Happy Hour Stitch Markers

Fabrication 2b

Yumiko Alexander: Patterns, Warm Earth Book, Crochet Magazine
SDG Creations
Angelato Yarn Knits 
Bohemian Buttons

Making Things Happen
big sock outside

Worlds Biggest Sock & Those Who Helped 
Nuno Felting  
Brown Bag Specials
Mystery Knit-alongs become patterns  
Barbara Spin/Knit-along 
Dan Doh Spin/Knit-Along
Ripples & Waves Knit-along

Sock It To Me
2010 was a challenging year for a lot of people.  But after looking back, our small yarn community accomplished a lot while managing to have fun, learn, help others and support each other.  Perhaps 2010 wasn't as bad as I first thought.  One thing we can agree on, we all hope for a better 2011.

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