The bluebonnets have been blooming for a couple of weeks here. We Texans love our bluebonnets, and they always bring cheer, but the last couple of years especially, I have felt a glimmer of hope when I see those first peeks of blue. This picture came from the Texas Hill Country page. If you go there, you will see a spectacular banner of bluebonnets.

The yarns are dyed and piled up in the middle of the studio. The de-cluttering continues, with the multiplying files. It’s kind of down to the dregs, you know, that stuff that you don’t know where it belongs or what to do with it. Which is what got me into this mess in the first place. I have also decided that the books will definitely need to be weeded.


Plan for the week:

  • Cut off the started piece
  • Redo the warp
  • Plan the next piece
  • Store the freshly dyed yarns
  • Weave!!!!
  • Continue the great file sort
  • Mow, mow, mow
  • Play with the Color Aid papers and do some designing

Gee, as I look at that list—Is it possible? I do think that after the magazine sort and the file sort, it’s time to do something I really want to do. So, weave it is!

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