Feeling overwhelmed with your leftover skeins and scraps from projects? Do you have too many…
You are cordially invited to the
4th annual Spring StitchEscape
at Indian Bear Lodge & Winery
on March 20-22, 2020
Located on 200 acres of scenic Knox County, about 1-hour drive from Columbus, Ohio, is Indian Bear Lodge and Winery, what I think is the perfect place for our next fiber retreat. We will be in Little Rock Lodge which boasts over 8300 square feet of living space and amenities galore. There are 11 private bedrooms with 3.5 baths plus a large shower room with 3 private showers, 2 private bathrooms and 3 sinks.
Of course, being located at a winery, I have scheduled an optional wine tasting for Friday night. We will have a pop-up shop from Knitcraft & Knittery, a new to us Ohio based indie dyer before the yarn hits the studio the following week. Terri will be bringing her sock knitting machine to crank out sock tubes for you. Melissa will have a special mini embroidery workshop and so much more including swaps and games.
I will again be catering 5 meals with options for any dietary restrictions available to you. With your registration, you will receive an awesome swag bag including a skein of custom dyed yarn and other custom gifts from the studio vendors.
This year there is early bird pricing for those who register before December 2nd. There are also 2 bedrooms in a loft area that will be available as a single if requested.
Cost for each attendee is as follows:
Double occupancy (3 rooms available) – $350 early bird/ $375 from Dec. 2nd and after
Quad occupancy (3 rooms available)- $350 early bird/ $375 from Dec. 2nd and after
Bunk Room (4 beds available)- $325 early bird/ $350 from Dec. 2nd and after
Upstairs Single (2 full beds available)- $450 early bird/ $475 from Dec. 2nd and after
Registration starts Thursday, November 21 at 12 noon. You can call or come into the studio to register.
Please remember that this event sells out quickly. I would hate for you to miss out. If you have a roomie or roomies already picked out, you may want to plan ahead.