Category Archives: Entertainment

Asheville “Meet Up” Details

FINAL PLANS
Date: Saturday June 20th (Summer Solstice)
Time: 12:30 PM
Place: The Laughing Seed

Bring: A recent Show & Tell (could be a work in progress)

I can’t tell you how excited I am to visit a new place and actually meet some virtual friends.

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Also posted in On the Road

Gary has Visitors


Today Syne Mitchell and her son Kai came by to weave a bit of Mary Meigs Atwater’s Horoscope Weaving. What a treat and an honor! Gary invited Kai to be the first boy to weave on him. Since I will be using this warp to cut up for swatches … Continue Reading…

Also posted in Kits, Other's Efforts, Weaving Philosophy

Photo Meme

I was just reading Tien’s Blog and was charmed by the idea of looking at the 6th picture in my 6th folder. I liked the idea that she was not tagging anyone but invited anyone who was interested to do it. So I had to see what mine was. Here … Continue Reading…

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A Weaver at Quiltfest

My old friend Theresa called me in a panic. One of her 4 booth helpers was unable to help at Quiltfest this year. I thought it would be a nice change of pace to help set up, sell, and take down. The booth Bohemian Element was huge (triple size) and … Continue Reading…

Also posted in On the Road, Other's Efforts

New Moon at Dusk

This is what I see from the roof of my new apartment. Notice the top of Seattle’s famous Space Needle off to the right. Off to the left is the whole of the downtown. I did not have a wide angle lens, so I couldn’t show you the whole panoramic … Continue Reading…

A Day Made—Before I Even Get Dressed

I am pleased as punch to receive this award from Laritza at YorkSett Arts & Crafts! Now I pass it on to ten bloggers who bring me happiness and inspiration.

BUT if you are a hyper busy individual and this award feels like an annoying chain letter, I promise … Continue Reading…

Also posted in Feedback

A Walk in the Winter Garden

When I first moved to the Northwest in January of 1980, I was thrilled to discover it was already spring. I believe many fail to appreciate the subtle beauty of a long slow spring (lasting up to 6 months and sometimes bypassing summer altogether). Walking through the Winter Garden uplifts … Continue Reading…

Looking Back

I had a perfectly wonderful trip to California! The picture above is the part of Christmas dinner in which I participated. Roasted Vegetable Medley is what I call it, and the veggies are about to go into the oven. I will be happy to share the recipe if anyone is … Continue Reading…

Also posted in On the Road

The Twelve Days of Weaving

Here is my very first YouTube effort originally recorded at the Seattle Weavers Guild holiday meeting in 1996. Enjoy![youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyaE_3k8fN8]

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Also posted in Photo Archives