Sunday, February 09, 2014
Carson Sierra Spinners and Weavers Facebook page because I want to encourage them to weave with their own handspun yarns. While it's not a private page, I was surprised to have three offers to buy it. So I sold it and mailed it off to Denton Texas yesterday to one of my best friends from junior high and high school. Holy cow!
Reno Fiber Guild met at Gayle's home yesterday. Last year she said she'd like to offer a Crackle Weave workshop because she's been wanting to know more about it and the best way to learn something is to teach it. Several of the members met over the past couple of weeks to warp two Schacht Wolf Pups and three 8-shaft Baby Wolfs for this.
All three of these ladies are experienced weavers but there is always room to learn in a teaching opportunity.
blog post here.
The only mar on the day was when I started to drive home in the pouring rain and a warning light came on my dash. Even though we've had the car since September, I've only been driving it a month and this was a totally strange symbol. I called the dealership and she said it indicates low tire pressure. By the time I got there, my right rear tire was nearly flat. I had picked up a nail. They had it patched and ready to go in an hour and was I ever thankful for this new sensor that Subaru has implemented or I would have been alone on the side of the road with a flat time in the rain. I'm also thankful for the rain and glad I got to enjoy it from inside the car.