I don’t know about you, but all this typing and proofreading has me yearning for a night out and a party. (I actually do know about you: you’re ready for a night out and a party.)
There’s lots to celebrate, and an opportunity to celebrate should never be wasted. Our new website–the apple of our eye for the past twelve months– will launch the first week of October, as will the first little book in our series of Field Guides. (Next week–shriek!) The New York Sheep and Wool Festival, in Rhinebeck, New York, will take place October 15-16.
Jill Draper, brilliant creator of bespoke yarns, is opening her studio on Saturday evening (October 15) from 6-9, for a festive evening of hanging out, refreshing with refreshments, and shopping her new collection. The Jill Draper Makes Stuff studio is in Kingston, convenient to the fairgrounds.
Domestic fibers, spun and dyed domestically. Bliss.
Jill generously is sharing her event with us. We intend to hunker down with a cider and have a blast. Dear readers, if you’re in the area over Rhinebeck weekend, we’d love to see you.
If you’d like to attend, please RSVP here so that ample provision can be made.
Will my Kaffe Fassett Big Flower Jacket be there? You’ll just have to wait and see.