My cousin and baby are still doing well. I think it's remarkable that they've been able to keep her from going into labor this long. In a few more weeks everything will be in the clear and it'll be safer for little Isabelle to make her appearance. I'll keep you updated.
When Joe was a baby the De Colores song would settle him down instantly when he was upset. That was the first thing I thought of when I was trying to come up with a title for this post. Whenever I hear that song it reminds me of the days of rocking my youngest. I really miss those days.
Last weekend I went to Webs for Barb Parry's dyeing class. On top of it being a great class, I got to make a weekend out of it with Kim. I brought my camera. I even brought it to class. Did I take any pictures? Nope. Kim and I have met up at least ten times. Do we have one picture of us together. Nope. Next time, Kim. Next time. This was especially nice because it always seems like when Kim and I visit, it always feels rushed because it's usually when I'm visiting my family up in NH. This was relaxed and quite and a real treat.
Kim got some pictures so you can check hers out if you haven't already. The class was a blast. I got to meet Judy, Cindy and some others and I learned a few things that didn't click before, so many thanks to Barb.
This was the same fiber dyed in short stripes along the roving (left) and then in long stripes. When drafted, it's amazing how much different they are:
We played with colors ourselves. Here are a couple that I did. Barb is mailing the others because we ran out of time. SO MUCH FUN!