The sometimes whimsical, often eclectic, but mostly insane ramblings of a craftsperson with some real commitment issues. Potting, weaving, dyeing, sewing, knitting, so much craft—so little time.
Liz,Whoa! That is some B*E*A*U*T*I*F*U*L roving. Whatever you are doing, you got it down! It's great that your yarns are selling. You are right, not the bargain bin plastic yarn shoppers are going for your yarns. They want the good stuff. Great job!Deb
I know, Deb, I think we'll keep her. She's working out not so bad...
If my monitor is doing the colours any sort of justice, then I'm blown away! They're probably even better 'live'. Hmmmm, as we're starting to think about next year's camping adventures, maybe its time to do another out east adventure. We didn't 'do' Fredericton last time. And I wasn't obsessed with yarn and knitting then either. hmmmmmm. Hope to see you in 2006 - by then your business will be booming, I'm sure.
Karin, you and the tribe are more than welcome ... we'd love to host you. I'm afraid there's not a lot of spare room at our place but the coffee pot is always on, the fridge is full and the dust bunnies have all been vaccinated.
Very generous of you, Kate. There's only hubby and 2 children - not too much of a tribe, and we just bought a (very, as in 1978) used tent trailer, so we bring our accomodations. Bones are getting too old for tents. We might need local opinions on campgrounds. I'm the only one who drinks coffee, so that shouldn't break the bank. And I'm the only one who drinks martini's as well........but I can hold my liquor.
Good...we'd have one sober knitter in the crowd then. There's a couple of campgrounds locally. Mactaquac Provincial Park would be my first choice and is just up the road about 20 minutes.
Thanks everyone for the kind comments. East is definately a great place to visit, Kate does make a wickid martini, and her coffee is not so bad either. Mactaquac is a good campground but we do have a closer one, at the bucket club. I have never camped there myself but I hear good things about it from patrons at the museum.
Gee whiz, if you weren't up until 4 am and your voice mail box was empty, you'd have got the message to haul on over here to work and drink some of that coffee. It's Sunday morning and Erich has cooked up a big ol' scoff. We've got enough food here to feed the Second Battalion and/or certain certain museum curators. I guess literally you snooze, you lose. Call me when you get up.
well you kanow how it is, I stopped in to the pub to see Barry, Doherty came in then fitz.... Barry and I had dimitri's and the time flew by. next thing I knew it was 3:30 and we were walking home. My bags did not felt themselves while I was gone. Oh well I will felt them now and then meet you for coffee, if I can find my long Johns that is. I can't believe how bloody cold it is out there!!!! I thought the summer faeries would be here by now!!!cheers, Liz
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