So we’re still working on a date for our Room6 opening… hopefully November, but things don’t always go as planned! But we will get some yarn there and Melissa and I will be there… Just need to firm up the date. Right now it’s looking like the weekend of November 22/23. Fingers crossed!
In the meantime, we’re gearing up for our next market booth which is put on by the Mill Creek Lion’s Club in Everett, Washington. It will be located at Penny Creek Elementary School and, yay, will be indoors, so we don’t need to fuss with a tent or worry about rain. November 15th from 9am to 5pm! We will be the sisters wearing our comfortable shoes. We’re working hard dyeing up yarn for kits. We’ll have the Ripple Wave Mitt Kits, Cowl Kits (both Melissa and I have been working on our cowl patterns), sock yarn, lace yarn, woven shawls and scarves and more! I’ve put a link in our sidebar with info and a map. I love a good map.
I’m still trying to get my mojo back after our epic trip, I drove down to my sister’s last week to check in on the patient (the kidney is doing great, just a slow slow recovery), worrying about my cat who had surgery for a cyst on his cheek, a tooth removal and a growth in his mouth. Poor guy has been “coned” for the last 2 weeks and we are all hoping the stitches come out tomorrow and the cone of shame removed. He really is pitiful! Good news is the growths came back negative so he just needs to grow the hair back on one side of his face! He also really needs to groom himself. And the kidney is doing great!!
I was so excited this morning to see one of our friend’s (jchant in Ravelry) finished Ripple Wave Mitts! She is a very talented knitter and they came out so beautiful… and it’s an adorable photo of her! Thank you, Julie, for sharing your photo!
I just got back from a visit to Room6 and found our baby hats out! So excited to see them there!
The top photo is from Florence, at the top of the bell tower (Giotto’s Campanile) at sunset. At 6pm all the bells across the city started chiming and it was magical!