At last – a pattern 10 months in the making

Seriously.  10 months.  I haven’t a really good excuse for it though.  It looks from the file revisions like I started it in November of last year and it’s been in various stages of writing then waiting then editing then waiting since then.

This bag pattern was made by request.  Not long after I made the Featherweight tote, I altered that pattern to make a larger bag for carrying full sized machines to workshop days.  It wasn’t long before people started seeing and asking for the pattern for the bag.  At first, I told people that they could use the featherweight tote pattern and I’d provide the dimension changes.   Most people though wanted all the changes incorporated – especially the 2 shops that carry my patterns. Continue reading At last – a pattern 10 months in the making

Spin me round faster – announcements about site and classes

Where have I been?

circa May 2017ish? – 6 months spinning.   Merino / Alpaca 93g 325m 2-ply spun worsted/semi worsted.

Some months ago, in order to feed my budding interest in spinning, I joined the Edmonton Weavers Guild.  Since then, I’ve accidentally become more and more involved with the guild.

How does one become accidentally involved? In stages.  😉

It started out with me doing some tune-ups on the guild’s wheels.  Tune-ups that are still ongoing with some of the consumables being replaced.  While I’ve been doing these tune-ups, the questions naturally come about – why are you using this instead of that?  What about when this happens, etc.

Then it moved on to the talk of me teaching a class.  Continue reading Spin me round faster – announcements about site and classes