"Stacked Like Cordwood"

Our savvy friend Kay put it well, when she described how we fit 14 spinners into the Little Red Barn today. Not only were we up to our chins in BFFs, but also with joy and fiber and sisterhood. That kinship was put to the test when the powder room failed us, and we had to load up a car and run down the road to our friend Cyndi's house to use the facilities! Did that dampen any spirits? Heck no. It added to our sense of spontaneity and adventure!

Brenda and Chris share the fiber love...

Miss Mary knits away on her feed bag chair...

Maryann glows while she spins Neapolitan roving...

Linda and Edee reflect the sunshine
coming in the windows...

Savvy Kay has it goin' on...
(check out her handspun on Etsy: CordovaStudios)

Peggy concentrates with a kitty in her lap...

"Liz the Whiz" stirs up a breeze with her Woolie Winder...

Lovely Rita fashions another extraordinary Art Sock...

Claire sports her faux specs while mom
Jennifer fashions a fancy knitted seat cover...

And Marlene cheerfully tackles a
wonderful rug hooked piece...

We all are sworn to secrecy about the variety and calorie count of our snack buffet today. If you're curious, you'll just have to come be a part of the group next time. We'll be making some modifications to the barn arrangement to more comfortably seat everyone who drops in. (Though fibering together shoulder to shoulder was kind of awesome...)

Thank you, ladies, for a glorious day!

Comments

  1. Too bad I couldn't have come! I MISSED OUT...
    What is this nonsense about secret snack buffet? Hmmmm my imagination wanders and wonders. Do I count 14? Are you gonna have to de-stash? Wow! Great job, my friend. I dyed some roving ~~~ *.*

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  2. OK, hints: quiche, chocolate, holes, cookies, chicken.... mouth watering yet?

    We missed you BAD Ms. Laurie! And I'm dying to see what you DYED today!

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  3. Sounds like more fun than working on taxes!!! Thanks for the package, sweetie. I don't leave stuff at your house on purpose when I visit, honest. I think I read the story of Hansel and Gretel too much as a child. AuntiE

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