Another day, another snow storm. Friday morning brought several more centimetres of wet white stuff. There was more last night and again this morning. Sigh.
I spent yesterday at TrueKnit7, a local craft sale, sharing a booth with my friend, Candace. I enjoy the social aspect of sales; it's always nice to chat with people I haven't seen for a while and to experience the work of new craftspeople. I managed to find a few birthday gifts. I'm pleased when I can buy pieces from local artists. Here's a shot of our table:
Candace is Candy Apple Red Knits. Her work is to the right side of the photograph. I had a few skeins of yarn and some art batts for sale, shown on the left.
I spent Sunday morning at the studio, working the desk and "spying" on the second day of the Robin Golt workshop. This afternoon was a time for my tapestry diary. This is the section I wove today:
Tapestry is like yoga, in that it requires much effort for seemingly small results, but practice and time bring progress. I've finished Day 4 now, each day's segment marked by a row of twining: