“It’s my party and I’ll dye if I want to, dye if I want to, dye if I want. You would dye too, if it happened to you.”
It’s my birthday weekend, readers. Yes, I did say birthday weekend. Once you get a certain age, you can have more than one day if you so want it. And since this one is the big 4-0, I am taking more than one day.
To celebrate 40 years in this wonderful, crazy world full of fun, yarn, color and mountains, I am throwing a 15% off sale in the Teton Knitting Company Etsy Shop. Now from February 11. No coupon code needed. This includes everything in the Etsy Shop including the sale items.
And just to sweeten things up, I just finished putting up a large selection of dreamy Sky Lace in new tonal colors.
So come over to the Etsy Shop and help me celebrate. Thanks for being part of the party.
Autumn has blown right past us, leaving winter knocking on our door. The aspen leaves didn’t even get a chance to change color before dropping. After such a cold, wet, long spring, we had been hoping that perhaps we would get rewarded with a long, beautiful autumn. It was not meant to be.
The raft is put away, running shoes tucked away, shorts and t-shirts pushed to the back of the closet to make room for skis, sweaters, long wool socks and boots. A mug of tea and knitting have replaced my evening ritual of long walks to enjoy the evening sunset and watching the stars come out.
Unfortunately, one of the down sides of cold weather is packing up the dye barn for the year. Now, I’m reduced to one dyepot in the kitchen and my dyeing supplies tucked into odd nooks and crannies in the kitchen. So far, I’m managing with the balancing act. Mountain Man hasn’t grumbled too much of dye experiments taking over the kitchen after the dinner dishes are put away, or complained about the constant tubs of yarn soaking in the bathroom. Perhaps, by spring, he’ll be more willing to listen when I speak up about insulating the dye barn and installing heat in there. But we’ll see.