When I wrote last month’s post, coronavirus was in the news, but I never thought it would impact my life personally, let alone impact the entire world. I knew it would be a big month, with my trip scheduled, but it took quite a different turn. I’m thankful for the way it played out, even … More March Check In: When Everything Changed
This post is part of a spin-along through 51 Yarns by Jacey Boggs Faulkner, in the Wool n’ Spinning community. For other posts in this series, check here. This has happened to me more than once: I think I know what something means, and it doesn’t occur to me to find out more. I don’t … More 27 of 51 Yarns: Leftovers Tweed
Hello dear ones! I am, at this moment, not in Rankin Inlet. I am in a Starbucks, in Langley BC, in the middle of the trip of a lifetime. For the last three years and three months, I’ve been part of the Wool n’ Spinning community. I’m sure you who are regular readers have observed … More Love from Vancouver
Last December I wrote about my accomplishments for the year gone by, and my hopes for 2019. It was very interesting to read through and see what I thought would happen, and compare it to the reality. I. Intentions That Came True… Sort Of A. The Year of the Sweater I declared 2019 to be … More How 2019 Went
This is how I’ll remember Elisapee. Kind, generous, surrounded by family, being honored and well-cared for. Last week I had the incredible gift of being able to go back to Iqaluit to spend some time with Elisapee and her family during her last few days. She looked very different; I didn’t take pictures of her … More Anaanannguara
I have been gripped by weaver fever. I talked a little bit in last months round up about how I was graciously loaned a tapestry loom by a new friend. Not content to be limited to tapestry weaving, I watched this super helpful video from Ashford about getting started with rigid heddle weaving, and hacked … More Why Am I Weaving?
We’re moving in two days. All in all, the move is going very well. I’m so thankful for all the help we are receiving. I’m a bit of a wreck, to be honest, but I know we’re going to make it. This month has been all about the move. I’ve been in a continual state … More June Check-in: Packing, Finishing, Goodbyes