On Tuesday my current book is due. I’m so close to being ready to turn it in. it might even go in a few days early. I’ll begin reading it over one last time tomorrow. I’ll add the places I want illustrations to be and hopefully all will be ready to press send on Friday. Yay!
Then wool washing begins so I can be ready to ship all the wool I need for my Olds College Fibre Week classes. I’m doing the 2 day breeds study there. That class alone is 18 breeds! 18! You can see what else I’m teaching at Olds by checking ouot their website. It’s a lot of classes so I should try to get those materials shipped by end of May to make sure everything has time to get there. Even though those classes aren’t till mid-June sometimes Canada Post can be a tiny bit slow.
At the same time as washing is going on I have some work to do to prepare for a couple of videos I’m making with Interweave in May. Details will be coming in the future but they’re going to be good.
While I’m in Colorado in May I’m going to get to see my friends at Schacht Spindle and also my friend Stephanie who used to work at Schacht but now she writes and teaches and spins and weaves all the live long day. I’m also going to be teaching at the Recycled Lamb! this is a new development so I’m not sure which class they will choose yet.
Then in June I’m off to meet the materials I shipped at the end of April in Canada!
And then that’s it! That’s the whole plan for the year. So here’s where I say if you want me to come and teach at your shop or guild at the end of this year I am quite available. It’s all because of the stinkin’ contacts form on this website that failed to forward emails last year and so I missed a ton of opportunities. I’m smarter now and try to remember to check the contacts website every week or so so this never happens again.
Oh! One more thing. Did you see I’m on the Fibretown Video Podcast today?
Ok. I’m going to go immerse myself in some mindless sitcoms to rest up for the next 3 months!