This week, well, actually the last few, have flown by. I've been trying to get a lot of dyeing done before our first week in Cape May. In the last 3 weeks, I've produced shipments for two yarn clubs:
two sock clubs with a third drying right now:
a batch of merino/tencel sock yarn that's going to Loop in a few days (just in time to welcome WendyKnits, who'll be signing her wonderful toes-up book and teaching some classes):
and a ginormous batch of sock yarn
that will be sold at the Sock Summit. Kathy Elkins of WEBS asked if I had arranged for anyone to sell my yarn there, since I'm not able to go, and I happily took her up on her offer. I shipped out eight colorways yesterday, and I'll be sending 7 more before the end of the month. So if you go to Portland, please stop by the WEBS booth and tell Kathy and Steve thanks! (You should also stop to see the joint Wild Geese Fibres/Rabbitch booth, a.k.a. Bon Vendor/Bad Vendor (little Canadian cinematic humor there) because in addition to lovely yarn, they are two hilarious and awfully nice people to meet.)
Now it's time to pack up three kids and bunny rabbit for our first week Downa Shore...