|August 16, 2018|
As I scroll through everyone's posts I'm thinking I should be doing more. I need to make some of this, I need to start one of those. Then I look at this mess in my work shop and realize I washed and dyed all this the past 2 days. at lease 13 alpaca fleeces. 2-4 pounds each....The 2 days before that I was set up at an art festival. Yesterday I was set up at our Kootenai County Farmer's Market.
August 13, 2018
Wanted to thank everyone who came to the POAC art festival in downtown Sandpoint this weekend. So thankful the 100* temps went away for the weekend. Happy so many shawls, hats and yarns found forever homes. You guys know winter IS coming, soon.
And thanks to POAC for hosting this wonderful show.
August 10, 2018
i will be set up at booth 82.
sat sun aug 11 & 12, 2018
August 8, 2018
today August 8 I will be at the Kootenai county Farmers Market.
downtown Coeurdalene Idaho, open 4-7p.
at 5th & Sherman.
We have live music, great food, beautifully made art by locals, organic produce, cheeses, meats, popcorn, kumbacha, baked goods, wine and cider.
this is my newest shawl. i hand knit with Amiable Acres Targhee wool. the main is mill spun Targhee that Molly dyed, the cast off edge is my handspun Splash. Amiable Acres are also vendors at our Farmers Market. come by and see their wonderful selection of products.
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