Both to yoga and to knitting!
Knitting was good, even though I could only stay an hour. Even though not a lot of people came, we did have a beginner knitter there, who was getting lessons. I didn't volunteer to teach, as I couldn't stay. I was disappointed to see him talked out of trying purling, which would have been needed for the begginners scarf kit he had (which was stocking stitch I think).
I didn't take the baby blanket with me, as I decided it was too big to cart into town with my yoga stuff as well, so I took my long-abandonded cushion front, as that fits in my handbag. Quite a lot of people were surprised not to see the blanket, and asked after it, which surprised me a lot. I have promised them a photo when it is done.
Yoga went really well. Again, there weren't many people there, which was a shame, but that did mean more attention, and more space - especially along the walls when we did one of the balances. We did some new postures, as well as some I am familiar with, and Liz even said I was doing well a couple of times, which made it feel like the struggle was worth it