Thursday, October 05, 2006

 

Knit-A-Long III: Schedule and Registration Info

Hello knitsters! Here's some more information on the next TTC Knit-A-Long on October 28, 2006.

Schedule and Route
This year we're doing something a little different. There will be three teams starting at different points in the city, eventually all converging at Lettuce Knit in Kensington Market. The schedule is as follows:


Registration
This year, pre-registration is appreciated, but not required. Feel free to just show up and join the Knit-A-Long at any point along the way!

Pre-registration can be done by sending an email to ttcknit.register@gmail.com with:
The advantage of pre-registering is that we'll know who you are and can print out your Knit-A-Long membership card ahead of time. Also, if you want to order a button or a Purl Harder t-shirt, we can make one up for you ahead of time. Otherwise the cards will be handwritten when you meet up with your team, and t-shirts and buttons are only available while our limited supplies last.

Either way, the participation fee has been dropped to a low, low $2 (payable when you show up). Turns out that the third time's a charm and we've finally figured out how to do this without incurring massive printing costs and we've also received some very generous donations.

Speaking of printing, we will have another gorgeous passport available for all TTC-A-Long-ers. The passport will be available for download and printing in a couple of weeks, watch this space for updates.


TTC Knit Swag
This year we will still be selling t-shirts and buttons. Team captains will have a small supply of buttons on hand, but we hope to get our CafePress store up and running in the next couple of week with additional designs and more swag!

And as always, there will be fabulous prizes and giveaways throughout the day.

So mark your calendars for October 28th, and drop us a note at ttcknit.register@gmail.com if you'd like to come along!

Comments:
oooh! but if you pre-register i can make a loot-bag for you!
 
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