I mailed out my application for several shows with Pacific Fine Arts Events. Crossing my fingers that I'll be accepted. And while I was at the post office, I was treated to an art show!
It helps to keep me level, sane, and not scream at the world!
Its been so long since I've been to knit Night at Barnes & Noble in Corte Madera. I wonder if they will remember who I am?
You know when you sit down with a new project and you are so excited about working on it but now you are hungry and you don't know why, then realize it's 3 hours later and you've lost all track of time? That's what happened when I knit Margaret's shawl! I love it when that happens!
Digging a path in the snow can be quite laborsome! Whenever I do it I end up wheezing! But our wonderful neighbor, Kevin, always comes to my rescue...with a snowblower! So We had to do something special for him.
A couple of years ago, the Yarn Craft Council created a campaign and website call Stitch Away Stress. They have a lot of information on a variety of topics but what I found most interesting was their research on the benefits of knitting.
I love snow covered scenes. They are so peaceful, so quiet and absent of color. But are they really?