My one Spring show is a week from today (Powhatan Festival of Fiber
a one day event). The kiln is firing away with the last bisque. I have learned to fire during the day...that way the kiln cools at night without me standing there tapping my toes in impatience!
But here are a few pictures of things waiting to be picked up by Serendipity Quilt Shop in Delaware. You may remember that she has requested chickens, quilts and the beach! With a few sheep thrown in for good measure.
I had a special request for a chicken yarn bowl. What do you think?
And then of course there is the rest of the livestock....
And a sheep of a different breed. Jacob Sheep have FOUR horns. There are a few vendors at these festivals that sell their wonderful wool.
While I waiting for the pots to dry (remember that are currently slowly heating to 1888 degrees in my kiln as I write this) I helped celebrate Earth Day with my local Spinners and Weavers Guild. It was a beautiful day after such a long cold winter!
Fingers crossed that NEXT Saturday will be as beautiful!