New Year's Eve is upon us friends!
Will you be getting dressed up in your fanciest clothes and painting the town red with all of your bestest friends?
Will you be like me, and put the children to bed, kiss your husband good night and blissfully spend the night making your heart out (re: knitting, crochet, weaving, sewing, spinning, darning- whatever!) in front of a warm fire with a cup of tea and thinking fondly about the past year?
Ahhhh bliss....is it bed time yet?
If you will be choosing the second scenario, then you are cordially invited to spend your evening with me, not in my home of course, but virtually on my Facebook Fan Page ontheroundfiberart! I am hosting a super fun event starting tonight at 7 pm, EST until sometime after midnight. There will be giveaways, funny meme's, great discussions, and a fun community of other creative people who are staying in and being cozy this holiday night.
All you have to do it like my page and join the event (link below) from there event posts should start popping up in your facebook feed or you can click back on the event at any time during the night to see whats going on!
All attire is welcome- BYOB, please make responsibly!
If you have any questions, please post them here or in the event page and I will answer them as quickly as possible.
I hope to see you tonight!
Facebook Fan Page Link - https://www.facebook.com/ontheroundfiberart/?fref=ts
Make In The New Event Link https://www.facebook.com/events/713218558854174/?ti=icl
My summer spin-a-thon has officially begun! I have to spin a minimum of 2 skeins a day just to keep up with my show schedule and online sales. It's a lot of work, but I really do love it- I just drag my wheel around with me where ever I go. You can follow along with my spinning progress on my Instagram or Flickr, I am using hashtag #spinathon and #ontheround.
To help get you in the...
|2010 TdF with Team LaiGrai.|
This is how your batt will arrive.
First you want to open up your batt and lay it out flat.
Then you want to gently pull your batt into strip's. Leave the end of the strip connected to the whole and alternate ends so that you end up with a zig-zag.