I went through the 14 bins of processed wool and whittled it down to seven. I'm taking a lot of it to Mim's for the guild meeting in July. I cannot believe how much I paid to have fleeces processed over the years, though I am keeping everything from our sheep.
I also finished the Tencel scarf that I dyed in the yarn with indigo.
This is the Walls of Troy draft again. I think I'll do it one more time in white after we're moved and then give this draft a rest. I haven't decided yet if I'll participate in the farmers markets out here in our valley this summer. Our escrow is supposed to close on or before August 21st and at this pace, my participation seems doable. If the close date is accelerated, I suspect my priorities will be elsewhere.
I haven't actually started packing the studio yet but my weaving is now on hiatus. I've turned to spinning on the front porch in the mornings with my coffee for my fiber fix - before the day heats up. We're in the middle of a stretch of mid-90 degree days that are unusually humid, sometimes with afternoon lightening activity.
Every trip to town includes a trip to the thrift store and I have to go in tomorrow. The back seat is piled with books for the library.