For the first time ever, I entered something into the MN State Fair. I entered the baby blanket I made for my nephew and his wife's first baby. Their baby will be born in November and hopefully they will wrap him or her up in this blanket. And guess what, the fair opened today and I couldn't wait. I went on line and looked up the results and found out the blanket came in second in its category! GRIN....I'm so happy. I spun the yarn myself and knit it up. And it WON something.
Hopefully I'll get to the fair and get a picture of it in the case...and will replace this picture, but until then? I'm THRILLED!
And I've been to the fair and added the ribbon picture. Still thrilled!
I spent the best day Saturday at Yarn Harbor in Duluth. I set up my wheel and spun, laughed, and talked to so many people. Kathy is a wonderful hostess and I had a great time. I forget sometimes, so much of my time is spent doing my day job or taking care of my girls or my mom. The time I spend spinning is mostly spent alone in my room, surrounded by my yarn and my fiber. But Saturday I remember what it is like to be surrounded by people who love the same thing that I do. And I had fun. Lots of my yarn is now at Yarn Harbor, I can't wait until I can go again. But before I do, I need to spin like a wild woman to rebuild my stock. So tonight I started this...
It is from Aloha Blue, and it is spinning up beautifully. Stay tuned...I'm going to need to spin fast, so I'll have some new pictures up soon. I already have a couple skeins soaking and two bobbins full ready for plying tomorrow night.
I know I'm not posting as often, I'm sorry, but lately life is just a bit much to handle. Work is trying, family life is interesting, but the fiber is soothing. It will work for now.