Wednesday, May 16, 2007
Lynne and I had a great time at Mayfair. The weather was great and the day couldn't have been better.
I have finally posted a picture of the hexagons I have been knitting out of the yarn from our dye exchange. I modified a coat pattern out of a knitting magazine. I don't know just exactly what it is going to grow up to be, but it will tell me before I am finished.
I have two back breaking weeks of work to do and then I am off for the summer. Woo Hoo!! I am planning to get in a lot of dying and knitting. Oh, and some grandmothering too. I will keep y'all posted if I can keep the procrastination bug out of my hair.
Wednesday, May 02, 2007
In case Pam hasn't told you, we're having a booth at Sewanee's Mayfair on May 12. That's a week from Saturday. We'll have fiber, handspun yarns, handdyed sock yarns and kid boucle. and some Janet Yost spindles. If any of you are itching for a mini fiber fair (and by mini I mean one awesome booth), come on by. Mayfair is held in Manigault Park on the campus of the University of the South in Sewanee, TN. Hours are 9:00 to 5:00 rain or shine. Pam and I are womanning the booth with our spinning wheels. It should be very fun. Mayfair is a general crafts fair with all kinds of cool local stuff like pottery, wrought iron, plants, quilts, woodwork, yard ornaments, and the like. It's a juried show so all items are quality, all items are local...within three or four county radius. If you are in the neighborhood, come look us up. For more info, map link and pics check out my blog.
Posted by Lynne at 6:01 AM