Today is proving to be a busy, busy day. I realized yesterday what a total mess my hooking room was. It qualified as a disaster area. Fortunately, my grandson came by and I put him to work moving my reference books from two long shelves, to the downstairs bookcases. Now two more shelves for wool! I have spent this morning moving wool, trying to get the piles of wool neater (lol) - I just have to much. It is better, but I still have a long to go to make it a neat room.
I went to Gettysburg on Monday. I have some misgivings about this because of the ice storm the day before - but I must say that Pennsylvania did a great job on their roads. I had no trouble at all getting there. It is such a nice group of people that I hate to miss a month hooking with them. It was good to see Judith and Brenda there also. It was their first time with the group. We were all glad to see them and hope that they will enjoy hooking with us. I managed to take a few pictures.
I am teaching a dyeing workshop on Wednesday, January 21st from 1 till proximately 3 - 3:30. This workshop consists of four types of dyeing - Open Kettle, Stocking and two types of Jar dyeing. I have 2 openings in my Wednesday workshop. I am repeating the workshop on Saturday January 24, same time, same agenda. I have 3 openings in the Saturday class Price of the class is $18.00 to cover the cost of supplies. If you are interested please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org -
Mother nature is doing her thing again. She is making up for lost time on the "cold" deal. Hope you all keep warm and have a great week.