I did have a lovely Summer, but a working Summer. I thought I'd give you the quick sum up:
I went to Squam Art Workshops
I had a visit from my mini BFF
I've been dyeing up a storm for a hand dyed collection for Tahki Stacy Charles you can find Cora this Fall at your LYS (if you're lucky, it's a limited run!)
I went to San Francisco and filmed a bunch of new classes for the fantastic crew at Creative Bug
What will you make today?
I collected and dropped off at mills more wool than any one human should every have in their possession at once.
I had a dye party with Cal & Alisa. There was lots of laughing, some dyeing, a teensy bit of gossip and a truly lovely day.
Pièce de résistance' is the brick red in the middle. I tied about 9,000* split peas and pinto beans into some linen I picked up last time I was teaching at Purl. Now I just need to figure out what this yardage wants to become...* this may be a slight exaggeration
Well... that brings us to September. I'm here, as always, in galoshes & army shorts dyeing like crazy to get ready for the first of Fall fiber fests, Finger Lakes Fiber Fest in Hemlock NY 9/15 & 16.
I hope your Summer was as productive as mine and that you too are ready for cooler temps and lots & lots of knitting!