Crocheters Come to San Francisco
Here in San Francisco, like birds of a feather, flock together, so too do crocheters when it comes to stitch social activities and more.
Currently, we have just two crocheters who have arrived from afar but today, the wave of crocheters flying in begin to pick up as we depart for Hawaii on Friday.
While on Board
This is our longest Crochet Cruise in our history. Fifteen days to enjoy crochet at it’s very best. It will take us 4 days to get to Hawaii as we hook together in workshops and stitch socials for the cruise. While in Hawaii, many of us are involved in excursions and more, we don’t do activities while the ship is actually docked. It’s the opportunity of the crocheter to explore. Many of us together in groups as we explore things together. Then we cruise home for 5 days as we again take part of crochet activities.
We have one of the most extensive programs ever for a crochet cruise. We have a total of 19 get togethers. We have 9 workshops plus follow up Stitch Socials every afternoon. With the help of Yarnspirations plus purchases we have done ourselves, we have a terrific line up of yarn and more for each crocheter.
I am most excited about the Project Linus Activities we have. We have time on the ship to be patient, creativity and take our project to a whole other level of idea building. Cruisers are bringing with them at least 9 Solarium Squares but that is just the beginning. Once on the ship, they will continue to work their magic. I think for this cruise, you will see the most dynamic and incredible Project Linus afghans ever.
When We Get Back
Some of the ideas and projects we are doing on board will eventually be available through us.
So this is it for now. This is our last public event now until Fall 2017. Our next cruises are in October and we have the Walt Disney World Retreat as well.
For the crocheters making their way to San Francisco, travel safe.