They've been talking about this system for a few days, so we had plenty of warning. I even planned my morning errands around getting home early. But, that still meant that I had to drive in heavy rain on the interstate....not my favorite thing to do! I think the real problem will be in the morning when all this rain we've had (and whatever snow we get) will freeze. I'm not planning on venturing out tomorrow til much later in the day!!!
But, I'll have to unload the car, and load the two Wolf Pups up to take to the Center. This Saturday, I'll have another four folks to lead on their weaving journey.
Here you see Susan and Debbie.....this was during the threading part of their warp. That's Tina in the background. She was there to lend a helping hand as we wound on warps. Thank you, Tina!!!!
Sandy and Julia got their looms threaded and wove their scarves, too. We were hard working weavers this weekend!!!!!
It was tough being around all that weaving....and not getting to weave! So, when I came home, I started in on my placemat warp that has been neglected for awhile. Ah....heaven. I had woven three scarves in less than a week, so I was ready for something different. And, this does need to be woven off so I can try something new. I guess this is my "winter white" warp!
And, here's the promise that winter will NOT last forever! I have several clumps of daffodils looking as though they are going to bloom any minute! I just hope they ignore that white stuff that's coming this afternoon.