One of the very nicest things about life
is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are doing
and devote our attention to eating.
The town of Monticello is tucked into the south-central edge of Wisconsin. The Dining Room at 209 Main sits in the middle of town, and offers four-star cuisine in a charming setting. It also offers textile exhibits that warm the walls with color and texture. The photos above are part of their current offering. Ruth Sybers and Rhoda Braunschweig are the creative forces behind these displays. Six years ago, I was honored to have some of my knitting included in the display.
Ruth also has a business, Knitter’s Treat, LLC, that sponsors knitting workshops by designers and teachers from all over the world, and sells associated patterns, books, a bit of yarn and Vivian Hoxbro kits. I’m thrilled to announce that Ruth will now offer my new CD book for sale.
This LINK takes you to their main page. Select their link to the current textile display for more information and photos.
Jane Sybers said:
Thank you for including us – Every little bit of reccomendation helps – Ruth’s daughter, Jane Sybers