Showing posts from March, 2013

Springing Forward

Life has been busy as usual.  The reception in Stillwater went well. I was very honored to be included in the show. The other artists had wonderful quilts, weaving, pottery and jewelry.

I am pleased to announce that my work will stay in the gallery after the River Room exhibit is over at the end of March! I was juried into the Guild and I will have my own space in the gallery. This means I will need to increase production, which is a good thing.  I have so much wool and so many ideas!
Speaking of wool, the sheep were sheared on Mar. 9, the morning after the reception. I have to say that my shearer, Jim Peterson, just gets better every year. I don't know what I would do without him. The sheep all look good, but only a few are definitely pregnant and due in April.  The others won't be due until after May 26th. And the burdizzoed boys may still be fertile. So it will be interesting to figure out who the sire of the lambs is.  My Finn ram, Jari, was alone with the ewes for two we…