This picture is inside the studio, which is the only place the forsythia is blooming. I brought a few branches in a week ago and the buds opened up to present me with some springtime hope. I'm hanging on here and need all the hope I can get. I'm telling you, this weather is wearing me completely out!
|(Taken from my command post at the kitchen sink - through a not so clean window and the screen)|
So, a little note here about the dye workshop. It filled immediately and I've already received payment from all but two people. There is a waiting list and I'm happy to add anyone to it, but it's looking as though we are set for this go-round. This might be something I would consider hosting again at a later date (if Dagmar were up to it). There are also some other workshops I would love to host here at the farm. I'm going to think about that after this one is behind me. Thanks so much for the response to this first endeavor
Now for something fun. As anyone who read this blog knows, I am a big fan of Kristin Nicholas. Her bold and brave color sense is truly amazing (and she's a fellow shepherd!). Kristin has a brand new book out titled " 50 Sunflowers to Knit, Crochet and Felt" and I'm going to be offering an autographed copy (that would be personally autographed by Kristin - not me!) to the lucky winner. Plus, I've added a little something to sweeten the pot. Check back here before the weekend for all the details.