Please don't mind the colors. It was dark this morning when I unpinned Susan's lovely Feather Duster. I wanted to get a shot of it before it was folded and packed into a plastic crate. I'll tell you more later. It was night time knitting this past week. I wish I'd had more time to make it larger. I can picture it that way.
I'm reloading. Blocking. Labeling. Packing. Tomorrow is set up for the NH Sheep & Wool Festival.
It is hard to believe that a year has flown by. My mother told me that the older you get the faster time flies. She's right. It is also hard to believe that I was setting up for the Connecticut show only two weeks ago. There is something about this time of year, sort of a time warp, a worm hole, something. It all gets wonky.
I've got new things planned for each of the spring shows. So, if you get to Contoocook this weekend, and here are the directions, ( I love that they give coordinates for each gate at the fairgrounds), please come find me. Ball and Skein is in the Home Arts Building, same as the past few years. It sits all by itself next to the Main Entrance, also called the Blue Gate. Just outside the door the Kettle Corn man cooks up a storm, making us crazy all day AND the cookie vendor, well... I'm already thinking about her molasses cookies. Not a bad place to be.
Please come by and say hi. I'd love to see you. This is the only place I get to catch up with some of you.