wait to show you the pair of socks I finished.
Can not wait to show you the quilt I finished.
Can not wait to show you the fabric I recieved from a friend as a tit for tat gift because she adopted a dozen sets or so of double pointed needles that I no longer needed or wanted once I'd taught myself how to knit socks with one circular needle. Knitting in the round with one circular need is WAY EASIER than dealing with 4 or 5 double pointed needles; which if I have to say so myself, I was very good at using.
Can not wait to show you how far I have progressed on my next pair of socks. Can not wait to show the yarn I brought for more socks.
Can not wait to show you the progress on my newest quilt project. Let me assure all of you who was having a moment of concern wondering if I have given up quilts for socks, have no fear. NEVER!!!!
Can not wait to do a lot of things that have to do with first taking digital images of things, people and places I want to share with others.
I have been looking on-line for the best price for a new camera that has the features I want and not have too many more than I care to learn how to use.
I spent several weeks looking before buying the camera my dear daughter lost. And this is the last time I say this because I love her and she is far more important to me than a THING.
I am driving back to Bowling Green, Kentucky on Friday to teach a class at the Western Kentucky University Museum on Saturday. From Louisville to Bowling Green is an easy shot down Interstate 65. Taking barely more time than it takes to drink a large cup of coffee. Bowling Green is a long trip for a one day class, but I had agreed to teach the class long before I had made up my mind to move to Missouri.
I'll make the 6 hour drive home on Saturday after the class is over at 3:30 only to be home for 3 day before returning to Louisville on Wednesday to help jury from slides an up coming art-quilt exhibit.
While in Louisville, I hope I have time to make a trip to the Jewish Community Center's Gallery where I have three pieces on exhibit until the end of November. I I do that and have a camera, I'll share them with you too.