This past Thursday was our 4th meeting. A lot of regulars showed up, as well as a few new people. One the new people, Nicole’s friend Billy, started to customize a stack of postcards to resemble different CNAP members, as well as the Phog owners.
Ptom the Pterodactyl
Messages for Tom
Phrank the Phish
Message for Frank
Nicole delivered the postcards to Frank. Photo by Darren.
I’m not 100% sure where the postcards came from, but I think Alicia brought them. They’re funny because the back says this:
someone should tell this Peter Haddock fellow to use a spell checker. or you know, just look at the 5 words before printing...
Nicole brought a knitting loom again and started knitting a "slouchy hipster hat".
She also taught Darren how to cast off. Congratulations on finishing your first project, Darren!
Ashley helped me put tags up on the bottom of the bike racks outside of Phog. Jimmy was about to lock his bike up, but he patiently waited until I was done, which was much appreciated. Photo by Darren.
Laura's been knitting these sweeeeet owls! she gave me this one & i love it so much. Laura, you need to make an army of these and get rich. Do it. Photo by Elisha.
Billy was working on postcards, Cassia was writing, and I was drinking, obviously. Photo by Elisha.
Group shot by Elisha. Thanks!
After CNAP, Darren & I went to see some Media City films next door. Afterwards, we waited for Dan & David to get back from a show in Detroit. We sat here knitting for a while. It was nice. We got a lot of attention, though, lol. Photo by Darren.
So the weather is starting to get damn nice outside. There has been talk of moving CNAP outside for a portion of the meetings to allow for underaged crafters to take part. I think even crafting out front (if there is a small enough group of course) would be cool too. Many people commented on the row of us hanging out knitting in front of Phog, so it would definitely boost awareness of the existence of the group. We could even channel our inner Girl Guides and craft Sit Upons to you know, sit upon, Thoughts?
Thank you to Darren and Elisha for letting me use some of their pictures!