This is the time of year for sending out workshop proposals. Pretty soon I will know where and when I will be.

One place I know I will be occasionally is THE WOOLERY in Frankfort, KY. Check their website for more details, please.  I love teaching there, Nancy and Chris are the best,  and we have some new plans in the works. As always I will be teaching Beginner Rigid Heddle weaving and Pattern weaving on the rigid heddle loom. Plus a Nuno felting class is on the schedule now. This fall there will be a weekend of color weaving with sock yarn! This will be fun, FUN I TELL YOU!

And  I will be back at Wooster for the Great Lakes Fiber show, May 24-25th 2014. I will have a booth of lovely fibers and tools to sell and I will be teaching Beginner Rigid Heddle Weaving on Sunday Morning. I love teaching new weavers how fun and easy Rigid Heddle Weaving is as well as how weaving is just magic! Whether you go on to weave on bigger and more complex looms or keep exploring weaving on the rigid heddle, just learning to weave opens you eyes to how fabric is made and what you can do with the stash you have. Below you will see where else I know I will be or think I might be.

Things in the works for 2014

Kentucky Sheep and Fiber Festival May 17-18:

Beginner Rigid Heddle Weaving and Color in Spinning

Great Lakes Fiber show May 24-25:

Beginner Rigid Heddle Weaving

Mid-Ohio Fiber Fair  August 2-3:

Beginner Rigid Heddle Weaving

A Wool Gathering at Yellow Springs Sept 20-21

Here is a picture of what we learn in the Beginning Rigid Heddle Workshop. Two color weaving, two projects on one warp, how to warp, how to weave, how to finish and how to love your stash again! So much fun and not scary, I promise. Baby steps get it done.