Getting ready for shows is always interesting, and this first show of the year is no different. We have Stitches West in 3 weeks! So the Power Dyeing Cycle has started. Yesterday was a super-long day. I woke at 2 a.m. and did emails and sorting and organizing in my office. Then I was in the studio by 7:30 a.m. and worked mostly non-stop until 5:30. Not sure how many skeins got all colored up...but quite a few!
Today will be another one of those days, except a guild friend of mine is coming by for me to help out with getting a spinning wheel sorted out. So that will give me a break in the middle of the day.
Today's list of colorways includes Mallard, Lake Michigan, and Roasted Pumpkin. I would love to get to Moss too! But that might be asking too much of my feet, who do start complaining some as the power dyeing cycle goes on. On top of this, more snow and ice, and sleet, and winter precipitation is supposed to be coming in the next few days. It will be nice to get out to the more temperate weather of the Santa Clara and San Jose area. Oh and the emerald hills!! What a delight they are. I can see the color in my mind's eye!!