Good friends, a great meeting place, lots of food and yarn! Does it get any better than that???
Zip and I made the two-hour drive down to Brunswick, MD for the monthly Knitting at Large meeting. Brunswick is a delightful little town along the Potomac River just east of Harpers Ferry. We met in a historic church turned cafe called Beans in the Belfry.
There were comfy sofas and chairs for reading and relaxing.
A Christmas tree and a warm inviting fireplace.
Look at the lovely ceiling.
The sun was shining in through the stained glass windows throwing a golden light over us as we worked.
Brenda modeling her intricately knit shawl.
Nancy knit this heavily cabled child's sweater. Isn't it amazing?
Julie knit this delightful cardigan in graduated shades of pink.
When I go to these meetings I'd rather talk than knit. There's just too much interesting chatting going on to be able to concentrate.
Then there was the food!
It's all made from scratch, right there in the cafe. Fresh and delicious, home-made goodness.
I had the cup of chili with a corn muffin. Zip had a breakfast croissant with egg, bacon and cheese.
And a lovely cup of latte for dessert!
After lunch we took a short walk down the street to the Two Rivers Yarn Shop.
They were having a spinning class with supported drop spindles.
With the participants in the class plus all of our group, it was very crowded in the small shop. I was still able to get a few pictures of all the luscious yarn.
Well, ladies, it was an enjoyable day! Hope to see all of you next month....
Thanks for stopping by.