Well, I've been hoping to have word on Rascal, my black cat's pathology report, but there's been no work from the vet yet. It was supposed to be in either Friday or today. Hopefully later.
Have also been busy house hunting this past weekend, so not much weaving or knitting has gotten done. I have done some mental planning however.
One of the guilds I belong to, the Western North Carolina Fiber/Handweavers Guild, takes an annual break for the months of December and January. During these months off, the members work on a "Winter Project" which is featured at February's show and tell. This year, the project is "Game of Chance."
At November's meeting we broke out into small groups according to our interests: weaving, knitting, spinning, or dyeing. Each person in the group was given five cards, each listing some element of the discipline they chose. From these five, each of us was to choose three to use as the inspiration for our Winter Project.
I chose to do a weaving project, and these were my cards:
- long floats
- m's and o's
- red warp
- pale colors only
- include some ribbon
I admit that I'm a little late in getting this started, as I have a little less than 2 weeks before this is due. However, I plan to be diligent with my weaving time, and see what I can do.
Posted 28 January 2008 at http://leighsfiberjournal.blogspot.com
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