After wasting oodles of time and energy, along with some hard earned money, I’ve decided to let WordPress.com and WordPress.org do their magic on this website for me. I love WordPress, but never could figure out how to get all the other stuff needed to get my store attached to my main gig here. But with a little patience, and reading up on a few things, I’m just going to let the pros do it, and do it right. *sigh* What a long ordeal it’s been. So don’t leave me!!! We’ll get back on track here very soon.
So with the little crafts shows I’ve been doing, there has been some sales and I’ve met some wonderful people along the way. Offers to be in a couple of shops here have come in, along with invitations to other shows. After November is over, it will be time to sit back and re-evaluate exactly WHAT to do next. I love what I do, but I also have to bring in a paycheck.
So since I’m not leaving here EVER AGAIN (it will only get better with Worpress.org’s help) I wanted to show you what’s on the needles now. Thinking the name should be “Waves of Grain” – still in the Prairie Series of wool handbags.
The yarn is an alpaca/merino/silk/donegal blend of yarn that is becoming very quickly, my FAVORITE! It’s lush and plush and the tweed effect is gorgeous. So much so that I went and bought two more colors of the same yarn this week. They are shipping in from out of the country, but what are you going to do when you REALLY enjoy working with a particular yarn?
Aren’t they absolutely gorgeous???? I just realized as I sit here and look at the pictures, they represent the birthstones of our two daughters. Weird I would pick these two colors. Subliminal?
Today I’ll be traveling over to our oldest daughter’s home which she is setting up for a Holiday Show for home business women – of which I’m one. Let’s hope she sells a lot of her Thirty-One bags. Click on the Thirty-One over there and it will take you to her website with all those fantastic items! Yep, that’s my girl.
Enjoy your weekend, and thank you for being OOOOBER patient with me in my search for greener pastures, or should I say websites.