A Warm Winnipeg Welcome for the Fictionknitsas

C_Diehl-audience-Wpg72Charlene Diehl and a capacity audience welcome the Fictionknitsas to Winnipeg.

 

F_Johnston-Wpg1-72Faith Johnston leads off the Winnipeg event with a reading from The Only Man in the World.

 

N_Dixon-Wpg1-72Nicole Dixon takes responsibility for the wet weather and flood warnings caused by the title of her book, High-Water Mark.

 

McNally_Treats-Wpg-72Oops. Momentarily distracted by the delicious dainties provided by Prairie Ink Café at McNally Robinson Booksellers. Mmmmmm!

 

L_Bird-Wilson-Wpg1-72Lisa Bird-Wilson wins out over the dainties, with the audience attentive to the heart-rending details in her reading.

 

D_Dueck-Wpg1-72Dora Dueck models one of the 2 (!)  lovely scarves made by her knitter Cheryl Anne Rector while she reads from What You Get at Home.

 

work-of-their-hands-Wpg-72Our knitters in the audience. No idle hands here… and it’s so much easier to knit when you’re listening rather than reading. None of those pesky pages to turn!

Char-Dora-Faith-Nicole-Lisa72Charlene Diehl puts the questions to the Fictionknitsas. Some surprising answers!

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