I went to the ANWG weaving conference in Spokane. Fabulous classes, awesome and inspiring weaving and crunchy beds
We went to Hawaii with dear friends, walked on the beach every morning and relaxed.
We had family visit and it did the rainforest and Forks thing.
We celebrated my birthday with three weeks in Paris. That was totally terrific!
However, I spent much of my free time working on the publicity/marketing campaign for the Seattle Weavers Guild annual show and sale.
When you look at this list - what's missing? Weaving. The same warp that was on my Louet W-30 in April is on it now, my Fireside has the reed sleyed but the heddles are bare and Fanny has about 1/2 scarve finished on it.
Soon the Seattle Weavers Guild Sale will be in the past and I will be back at my looms. Meanwhile, if you live in the Seattle area (or not, any excuse to travel!) come to the sale. And if you have friends in the Seattle area, please email them about the sale. I've sent so many emails out about it this week, I'm afraid I may get classified as a spammer! So help me out and I'll be back at my loom soon and blogging about my tour of Les Gobelins in Paris.
Seattle Weavers Guild Annual Show and Sale
St. Mark’s Cathedral, Lower Level Bloedel Hall
1245 – 10th Ave., E., Seattle
Thursday, October 22nd 5 pm – 8 pm
Friday, October 23rd 10 am – 8 pm
Saturday, October 24th 10 am – 5 pm