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Thor's picture

Yeah, it's been quite a while since I've posted... but I have been lurking nonetheless!

Decided over a 2 week winter holiday that I was going to "re-learn" crochet. So, I have been banging out crochet projects of late. However, I hear the siren song of socks beckoning! I am sure that the knitting needles will be in action again soon.

I also got fired up about lap looms that i saw demoed at a KTog I attended for the Midwest Fiber & Folk Art Fair (www.FiberandFolk.com) I got myself a set of three square looms (8", 10", 12") and have been slowly progressing on a baby blanket for the new grand-nephew. He has become the recipient of quite a few objects lately!

I gifted myself with a Glimakra Standard Countermarch Weaving Loom this Christmas. I haven't actually taken delivery yet as I am not scheduled for a weaving class until March... but soon.

2011 promises more than it's share of fiber related joy... I am already committed to being at Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival in May, Midwest Fiber & Folk Art Fair in Libertyville, IL (where I will be teaching a beginner class in Tablet Weaving) in June, Sock Summit in Portland in July, then the High Holy Rhinebeck in October!!

I trust you are all well.

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Thor's picture

I'll be rocking the booth at

I'll be rocking the booth at the fiber festivals for The Fold hawking "Socks That Rock" to the masses!! Be sure to stop by and say, "Hello!"

potterdc's picture

Wow Thor, you are like Super

Wow Thor, you are like Super Fiber Guy! I've been thinking about relearning crochet, myself. That was the first fiber art I learned, in 7th grade (when my folks were stationed in Tehran, Iran, of all places). I have about half a granny square afghan made that I've been lugging around with me for a few years now that I should really finish up. I love that you're hopping around to all these fiber shows. I always hit the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival - and if I can swing it, I want to go to Rhinebeck this year.