I live, I yarn.

Um, wow. 2011 was my last post here? That’s just sad and pathetic. To be honest, my memory of this sadly neglected journal was only jogged by an email alert that essentially said “Hey, someone tried to access your account and change the password so….you want to fix that?”

As for me, things have changed. I moved from Montana to Wyoming in late 2012. New job, new life, new just about everything around here.

I’m still spinning and dyeing wool when I can find the time to squeeze in between my job and living my life. Perhaps not as much yarn as I’d like, but if you follow my Facebook page you’ll see that I’ve been active since 2011 and didn’t just crawl out from the WordPress rock I have apparently been hiding under.

In 2014 probably the most exciting yarn event to date has been the acquisition of a full fiber arts studio that belonged to a spinner who passed away in late 2013. I purchased all the wool (all washed/dyed/picked), a wheel, picker, drum carder and boxes and baskets full of assorted odds and ends that I’m still sifting through.

This year I will once again be participating in the same craft show I’ve attended here in Sheridan, it will be held Saturday, November 22 at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. So, I’d better get going on that inventory! If you are seeing my newest banner above, part of this year’s inventory at the show will feature many of the handspun yarns I created over the summer using natural/plant dye methods. The usual suspects will be there as well along with new items that I’ve been hoarding while I build inventory.

Thanks for stopping by if you are new here and if you are returning (as I am), wow, that was a long wait!

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