Just thought I would nip in real quick and let everyone know that I will be one of the Vendors at Winter WoolFest 2012 in Wamego, KS. I will have everything you see listed in my shop, and hopefully a few extra special items that I will have time to make once the Christmas knitting is over.
I am also teaching the Cottage Knitting class, so if you want to learn more about lever knitting, I am your gal.
And, a sneak peak at what I have been up to with my silk.
There is a couple handfuls of the cocoons dyed to match some alpaca roving. This has since been blended on my hackle and spun. I will ply tomorrow and show off the finished product then. (You know, something to look forward to.)
I am off to nurse my silk blisters and work on my gifts. (The gift knitting will end someday, I promise.)
I was on TV! We were advertising the fiber arts bazaar this weekend. I was the one behind the wheel.
The weather guy kept saying it was 27 outside, but I am pretty sure it was 27 inside. I am still wearing two pairs of socks. Though I do hope everyone enjoyed my red toenails.
I will be at the bazaar tonight and tomorrow at Potwin Presbyterian Church in Topeka.
Friday from 5-9
Saturday from 9-4
We will have demonstrations all day Saturday, including me doing my best at some armpit knitting action, which should be hilarious.
Also, I have put my etsy shop on vacation until I return from Shepherding camp on Nov. 14th. I won’t be taking my computer along with me, but keep an eye on my twitter feed. If my phone works out on the farm, I will be tweeting.
And for you Nanowrimo-ers out there, I am running right on schedule with just under 7000 words so far, and it seems like I am cooking up some scandal.
See you in Potwin!