With fall firmly in season our family begins a cycle of new birthdays. The Incredible Digit Boy is an astounding eight-years-old. How did that happen? The Incredible Digit Girl will soon reach her first decade. A milestone that hardly seems possible and yet it is. They both have turned into interesting young people that their father and I enjoy immensely.
|On the Ferris Wheel at the County Fair|
The upside to all this growth is that, while they still love to spend time with us (and I'm hoarding these experiences in anticipation of their teenage years), they also do much with their friends, on their own here at home, and at school.......which leaves me with the opportunity to concentrate on my love of all things fiber and craft. In addition to now having two spinning wheels, I have added a table top Glimakra rigid heddle loom from Carolina Homespun (thank you Morgaine!) and, in a fantastic barter opportunity, a large floor model inkle loom. Yes, it is indeed, a very slippery slope.
Over at All About Yarn, we have much to keep us busy. We're already starting the pattern preparation for the Rose City Yarn Crawl. Mark your calendars for February 28th to March 3rd, 2013. This will be the second year that it is being organized by our own local consortium of yarn shops and I think they have done an amazing job! I will also start my monthly technique classes at AAY in November. I usually start in October but recent travel out of the country (more on that later) means a later start. I'll post all the info and the list of classes very soon!
Happy Fall everyone! I'm looking forward to spending more time here and re-acquainting myself with this community.