the date

9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Saturday September 9th, 2017


Julie Hoover, Catherine Lowe, and Sarah Solomon

The Event

Join us in beautiful Hudson, New York, in the glorious 3rd Floor Gallery Space for one day of knitting bliss shared with your friends and ours.

Sarah, Julie and Catherine one-on-one for any help you need: picking out a new project, getting one started or solving a problem you've encountered with one already on the needles.

A panel discussion of all things knitting, based on topics submitted by you and followed by a brief Q & A to answer all your questions.

A highly curated pop-up shop with yarn, needles and notions to inspire your fall knitting.

A few surprises from the three of us, along with pre-launch access to some new designs, kits and yarn to make you the envy of your knitting buddies.

A buffet breakfast to greet you when you arrive and sustain you through a morning of knitting.

Lunch to fortify you for the afternoon panel and more knitting.

Late afternoon tea to send you on your way. (All catered by Talbot & Arding.)

And, of course, a bit of swag to help you remember the day.


$380 for the day (includes breakfast and lunch)

Update 8/20/17: Registration is now closed.
If you would like to register late, please contact us.



Sarah Solomon

Sarah Solomon is a knitwear designer, writer and teacher based in New York City.  Her patterns and articles have appeared in Interweave Knits, Knitscene, knit.wear and Wool Studio, and with collections by Manos del Uruguay, Woolfolk, mYak and Gauge + Tension.  Her interests include everything from traditional techniques to colorwork to fine finishing, with a particular emphasis on garment construction.  She is also an avid sewer and spinner and loves handwork in many forms.  In her design work, Sarah focuses on creating garments and accessories from exceptional yarns that are knittable, wearable and designed to last.



The Location

Beautiful Hudson, NY, is just a short two hour drive or train ride from New York City. Settled in the 17th century by New England whalers, Hudson's early history as an active port and prosperous city is reflected in its iconic architecture. More recently a thriving antiques trade centered on Warren Street revived the long-quiet city, while today a burgeoning food culture has brought purveyors and restauranteurs along with boutique hotels and a young, hip vibe. In addition to its fame as "the finest dictionary of American architecture in New York State," Hudson now basks in its cult reputation as "Brooklyn North."

Our location for the day is the 3rd Floor Gallery. This open, light-filled space sits above Hudson Wine Merchants on Warren Street and is owned by Marianne de Courville, founder of The Hudson Standard small batch cocktail bitters and syrups, and her husband, Michael Albin, proprietor of Hudson Wine Merchants.

We encourage you to consider extending your visit to Hudson beyond your Day with Company and have included in your registration packet suggestions for lodging and food, as well as a short guide to local attractions. 



See you There!