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  • Good luck on the 23rd, Ann!!

  • Good luck on the 23rd, Ann!!

  • oh my goodness! i hope this is in the future, and isn’t happening right now! i’m off to google!
    i hadn’t realized there was any fiber fun going on within striking distance of birmingham — this sounds heavenly!

  • Right at this moment I can’t think of anything I want more than some yarny goodness and a cottage tour.
    And a cupcake.
    Oh, and someone to drive me to tennessee, please. I’ve been wanting to visit the “greenest State in the Land of the Free” for pretty much my entire life. This sure would be a great time to do it!
    Just in case I have no luck with the driver thing… have fun, Tennessee-folk! I’m sure it’s going to be great, Ann!

  • Sounds great so sorry I won’t be able to make it.
    Please post photos of all of the fibery goodness.

  • Too bad this isn’t on a weekend or it would definitely be on my list of things to do. We have stayed in the assembly at the B&B and just love it! Good Luck.

  • Oh my goodness I love Yarn Expressions. I’ve never been there in person but I’ve dealt with Meg on the internet several times and she’s just lovely to do business with.
    Have fun!

  • I was wondering if you are aware that your Moderne Log Cabin blankets patterns are available free on Amazon? I was very surprised to see them there:

  • Ok now I am emailing everyone I know that is at the Assembly to see if they will go and get me something on Wednesday. Can you send cell phone pictures from Monteagle. I have a huge brief that’s due Thursday and no way to call in sick. You are just mean to tell all of this to we poor working fiber addicts who can’t get there.

  • Hey, I didn’t know Lynne Vogel lives in Sewanee. I got a great pattern of hers at MSW from my friend Mary Ann of Three WAters Farm, who I hope is bringing Lynne to NC for a workshop in the near future. Sure wish I could get up in them hills, because it’s sweltering down here in the flatlands. . .

  • I had a great time! Drove up from Atlanta, visited with friends from Beersheba Springs, shopped the Bazaar, had a “falling down” and acquired some of Lynn V’s g-o-r-g-e-o-u-s handspun (darn those wool fumes), enjoyed a peppy chick-sal sandwich on the porch along with some fantastic corn bread salad!! and southern table wine (sweet tea all y’all), toured the cottages (soooo charming), back to the porch to knit a bit and take in the scenery, scooped up rocky road bars from the bake sale for my Thurs. night knitting group (a consolation when they see the handspun they missed out on)and antiqued all the way home! Whew! You sure know how to throw a bash! MSSA speaks to my heart. What a comfort it must be to knit on those porches everyday.