My first really large order of wool and fibre arrived this morning and in a couple of minutes I have the great task of opening the box and delving into all the yummy contents! A lot of this order is actually for myself and not to resell but will be used for my new range of winter scarves, felt jewellery and other wearable accessories and clothing. There is also some new dyed flax fibre which I am interested in experimenting with and some gorgeous colours of silk chiffon and ponge silk to use for nuno scarves and other wearables. Tomorrow is going to be my first full felting day for a long while and by the end of it I hope to have several completed items all ready to upload to my Etsy shop over the weekend, wish me luck!
Yesterday afternoon I finalised the workshops that I will be offering here at Clasheen from now until the beginning of December. With the difficult financial climate we are all operating in I wanted to offer a good value, fun way for people to learn a new craft. If anyone is interested in evening sessions as opposed to the advertised Saturday dates please just contact me and we can discuss your requirements.
Computer problems have bitten again. My new(ish) computer is in Dublin at the computer doctor and I am reduced to a nervous wreck trying to get this old thing to do what I want it to do, not happening very well I am afraid. Alan is away also which means that as I don’t have access to his laptop I may not be the best communicator over the next few days. It has actually taken me over an hour this morning to read half my emails (I got no further) and over another hour to write this post so please bear with me if I appear to be ignoring any messages, I’m not!
I took the opportunity before he left yesterday evening to update the workshop page and also printed some flyers to drop into Threads of Gold when I am in Kilkenny this afternoon.