We have Learning in Retirement classes here in GB and those are also starting up this month. I'm really excited about that because I took tatting 101 last year and learned just enough to get myself into all sorts of trouble. This year I am retaking 101 and adding 102. Maybe I'll solve some of my tatting problems.
As for photographs to spruce this missive up, I have completed quite a bit this summer. The yarn basket above was one of two door prizes at this year's Door County Shepherd's Market. I won! I won!
That was in May, but I just had to share. The yarn is all hand spun by members of the Arachnid Spinners.
We had a bit of a vacation in July and I made a new traveling project bag so I could take things I was working on. The bag sits on the floor on the passenger side quite nicely, and I knit my way to Colorado and back. I also took some tatting and some Zentangling. The Zentangle objects above were done by Evergreen quilt guild members at the July meeting. One of those blocks is mine, although I don't remember which one. I enjoy the Zentangle process. It must be the repetition.
As usual, I will try to be more consistent with my posts. Best laid plans, however..... Bye for now!