I've been hard at work hand weaving a variety of v-shawls to sell at the upcoming Waterford Craft Fair. This one is particularly beautiful with shades of green and blue. My daughter and I have so much fun picking out the different color combinations and I do a random plaid design so where the two panels meet in the back is always a wonderful outcome.
My daughter Heather is the model in these pictures and she is standing in the sheep field behind our home. We both can't wait to do Waterford again this year. We always look forward to it and enjoy it as something we do together as mother and daughter. I hope the weather is good this year. Of course that means no rain but also it would be nice if it could be a nice cool breezy day so that people might actually be able to wear the new shawls and scarves they buy!
Labor Day Weekend, and we are laboring over the dye pots! Yarns and wools getting ready for the final products to be made before fall show season starts! These will go into mohair shawls and scarves. The black wool, soon to be joined by some brown, will make lovely cat caves!