Thanks to my blogging friend, Teresa Kasner, I heard about
and attended a spinning workshop there today
I got to meet and enjoy Teresa in person!
I showed her this box that I found to keep my crochet heart work in
continue to enjoy using the free pattern she has posted on her blog !
And I took a picture of Teresa's beautiful new spinning wheel, and admired
how beautifully she spins.
She inspires me!
[I was so caught up in my enjoyment of the day this is the only picture I took at the workshop, but if you click on Teresa's
name in red you can visit her blog and learn much more about the interesting history of the Fiber School
which is held in an old school house . . . a practical and charming space.
I was able to experiment with spinning several different kinds of fiber including
a one ounce braid of Sosae's beautifully hand-dyed Bluefaced Leicester wool.
I still have lots more fiber to practice spinning now that I am
back at home, but I so enjoy the creative process
and sharing it with others.
In the basket are balls of yarn I have spun over the last ten years, and in the forefront
are more braids of Sosae's fiber..
Fanciful fiber dreams . . .
Hope you are having sweet dreams, too.