The knitting witches found the fashion show at TNNA magical and were pleased that the crowd clapped so heartily for Tracery Teal’s Kimono. When the show opened on Saturday, the witches’ first customer was novelist Debbie Macomber, whom Cheryl idolizes on several levels.
What a thrill it was for Cheryl when Debbie bought a Potluck Yarn kit from the Broken Circle, none other than the kimono from the fashion show. As if things could not get any better, the knitting witches booked almost all remaining Potluck Yarn trunk shows through the fall, sold plenty of books and kits, and Cheryl was asked to do a video interview for Yarn Nation.
After the video, Cheryl and some of her designer friends had dinner with Stitch Sprouts, a design company that is reprinting some of Cheryl’s original patterns.