Is he expressing his admiration for the lovely curl of Miss Lucy’s tail?
Gathering raggedy boro materials.
Tomorrow will bring my annual year-end post.
Living the Slow life in North Carolina
Pablo is in love with the kitten in the dishwasher. I will continue to try to get the audio – he is hilarious but stops meowing and warbling as soon as he notices me watching. The cardboard is taped under the dishwasher and cabinets because there are holes that kittens can see and fit into under there.
I haven’t been doing anything exciting in my studio – still measuring warp and today I ironed lots of little scraps of fabric in preparation to play with some cloth weaving a la Jude Hill.
Little things make me happy. New slippers for Christmas.
I’m one of those refrigerator magnet people. I did get rid of the shot glasses a few years ago, so I’m improving. Finding a handmade or metal magnet with the name of the place on it thrills me to no end. It’s kinda like having a travel journal on display in my kitchen.
Measuring and winding warp for the long-term double weave rag rug project. It was going well until the boys woke up. I’m going to try to do a little every day (when they are napping) and I might at least get the warp ready to put on the loom by the end of the year. I may have to wait until these guys are old and mellow before I can warp the loom though!
Dried butterbeans saved for next year’s garden. Butterbeans and hot and banana peppers were the only things that did well this past year so I’m going to double down on them next year.