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my weaveolympics

Scarves worked on during the olympics

the dye-olympics start soon…

So once again I am weaving like a mad person in preparation for two upcoming shows in September.  The fact that they are back to back weekends, makes me slightly crazy and I am sure it’s about to get crazier.
 First is the Wisconsin Sheep and Wool festival Sept 7-9th.  So far I have lots of really white wool staring at me while I try to get some weaving inventory finished. I keep putting on one more warp and if I don’t stop soon, my booth will be a little less colorful this year. Also I have been weaving so much that my wenis hurts.  (My daughter assures me that this is what the funny bone part of your elbow is called.  And who am I to argue, I have others things to worry about.)
The following weekend is a wonderful local fair called the Driftless Area Art Festival, where I will be selling my handwovens, notecards and whatever jewelry I can pull together in short order.  Why don’t I get this all done in January and February, you might ask?  Beats me…

By |2016-10-25T16:52:24+00:00August 9th, 2012|Uncategorized|3 Comments


  1. Meg in Nelson August 9, 2012 at 5:05 am - Reply

    Good luck, or as we say here in New Zealand, Kia Kaha.

  2. Joanne August 9, 2012 at 12:35 pm - Reply

    Your scarves are simply beautiful. Your booth will be too.

  3. Susan August 14, 2012 at 4:29 pm - Reply

    Ha,ha. Weaveolympics. And your what hurts?
    I hope all your mad weaving is worth the trouble.

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