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  1. Stanlee Stahl
    Stanlee Stahl
    April 27, 2010 at 2:32 pm | Reply

    Does one have to register? If yes, is this email considered registering? Thanks

    Studio says: Just come on by. Any of our events that need RSVPs outline that in the blog.

    Also, please note that you are leaving a public comment on our blog, not sending an e-mail. If you ever need to e-mail us, please do so at studio@lionbrand.com

  2. CHERICE WALKER
    CHERICE WALKER
    April 28, 2010 at 8:49 am | Reply

    THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE INVITE. I’VE ALWAYS WANTED TO LEARN HOW TO MAKE SOCKS, AND THE DATE AND TIME IS PERFECT! YES I WILL ATTEND IF IT BE GOD WILL.

  3. Ellie
    Ellie
    May 3, 2010 at 8:39 am | Reply

    Any chance there might be a SOCKTACULAR on a Saturday or Sunday?

    Studio says: We are closed on Saturdays, but if our first Socktacular is a hit, we may repeat it on a Sunday in July or Aug.

  4. Diane
    Diane
    May 3, 2010 at 9:13 am | Reply

    What, no crocheted socks??!

    Studio says: There will be crocheted socks! In fact, there is a free demo listed for crochet socks above.

  5. Pauline
    Pauline
    May 5, 2010 at 3:41 pm | Reply

    Thank you for having this Socktacular. Socks are my favorite thing to knit. I’m always looking for new techniques, patterns and yarns for socks. Being with like enthusiasts will be exciting. I can’t make this event but hopefully you’ll have more.

  6. Cheme Curet
    Cheme Curet
    May 10, 2010 at 11:38 am | Reply

    I am brand knew to the whole knitting scene and so far I am hooked. I would love to be able to knit socks.

    Would you be able to tell me if this work shop is for beginners or should i hold off on this? Dont want to get into something that dicourage me.

    Thank you!

    Studio says: This is not a workshop, but a special event with free demos, and raffle drawings! Should be a lot of fun, come on by!

  7. Brendalee
    Brendalee
    May 18, 2010 at 11:43 am | Reply

    I am in New York this summer. I would love to go for any occasion to the studio. I will try this Friday and go with my daughter. Thanks!

  8. Linda
    Linda
    May 18, 2010 at 1:08 pm | Reply

    Would you display a tutorial on “Socktacular?” I live in Florida, sorry I couldn’t make it!

    Studio says: Hi Linda, we’re having over a dozen demonstrations here at the Studio for the Socktacular this Friday. If there’s a specific skill on the list that you’d like to learn more about, your best bet is to go to YouTube.com and type the name of the skill into the search box to see if there are videos for it, or to go to Google.com and do a search for it to see tutorials.

    Also, since this is the e-Newsletter for our New York City store, the Lion Brand Yarn Studio, if at this time, you realize that you subscribed to this list in error, please change your Lion Brand subscriptions by clicking here.

  9. Roberta J Corbitt
    Roberta J Corbitt
    May 18, 2010 at 1:29 pm | Reply

    I am seeking a two needle sock pattern. I did have a pattern and I did make the socks without double pointed needles. I have misplaced the pattern, but I am still looking for it. Maybe someone has the pattern and it can be displaced. Thank you.

    Studio says: Hi Roberta, while LionBrand.com doesn’t have a pattern like that, a quick Google search turned up some good results. Click here to see our search for “knit two needle sock”.

    Also, please keep in mind that comments on the Lion Brand Yarn Studio’s blog should pertain to the topics on which they are written. If you have questions regarding patterns, products, and other Lion Brand issues, please contact our Customer Service team at support@lionbrand.com — thanks for checking into the Lion Brand Yarn Studio, our New York City retail store.

  10. Pat
    Pat
    May 18, 2010 at 1:59 pm | Reply

    Will you ever publisha web video, for those of us not living in your area, but are faithfull patrons. I am serching for good directions for making sock. I have tried toe up; and ankle up; 5 needle, double pointed; very long circular needle and have yet to complete one sock.

    Studio says: Hi Pat, we in fact have a video series specifically teaching the steps to a top-down sock. Click here to see it on our YouTube channel.

    Also, please keep in mind that the e-Newsletter that directed you to this page is specifically for shoppers of our New York City store, as it is ALL events and offers pertaining to the store. If at this time, you decide that you would prefer to change your Lion Brand subscriptions and remove this subscription, please click here.

  11. Alicia
    Alicia
    May 19, 2010 at 10:07 am | Reply

    Great idea! I love knitting socks and I’m always looking for new techniques. I will try my best to attend!

  12. helen of troy
    May 20, 2010 at 12:25 pm | Reply

    i will be there with bell on.. no make that new socks on! (i finished my cotton candy socks last week, and planned what i will wear tomorrow based on what matches the socks!

    I’ve knit dozens of socks–but i have always found when i go to workshops like this, that i start out thinking I know it all–and yet, i always learn something.

    I changed my work schedule for day to get there early.

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