Today I went to JoAnn Fabrics for some craft supplies, and right as I was checking out a lady walks in the store and asks if there was anyone who could help with a knitting problem. The cashier promptly told her that everyone in the store was busy. So I chimed in, 'What's your knitting problem?' ;) Her problem was a pretty common occurrence - set the needles down too fast and something got messed up. She knew what she was supposed to have, and had tried to fix it, only making more of a mess.
I helped her right there at the counter, gave her my card and recommended she contact me for a class or further help, and definitely check out my website for some helpful videos.
I left the store with a smile feeling like I've done my good deed for the day, and it didn't hurt if I drummed up a little business. And as usual when I help out a knitter in need, I got lots more ideas that I want to add for help videos, etc on the website. So hopefully I'll get to implement some of them soon!
In the meantime, please check out my Fix It videos, or if you want in person help, check out my list of upcoming classes for the fall at the Recycled Lamb in Golden, CO. I also do private lessons and help sessions, just shoot me an email for more info!