Last Sunday I went down to the Oregon Flock and Fiber Festival (OFFF) in Canby, Oregon. This was the first time I’d ever attended the event and it was on a bit of a whim. Several people had asked if I’d be there, and then my friend Selah told me about the Spinner’s Triathalon (more about that in a minute), and Kai opined that he’d really love to go to a fiber festival and do some yarn shopping (I think he’d been taken over by yarn-loving space aliens at that moment) and Eric suggested we take the bigger car, because it could hold more fleece (apparently the aliens got him, too.) Read more >>
Today has been one of “those days.” For example, I just found out that the form to email me on the Contact page was going to the wrong address (I’ve fixed it now) and that there are about 290 emails and queries waiting for a response. Argh! Read more >>
Tonight I headed out to The Fiber Gallery to take a “Photographing Your Fiber” class with Franklin Habit: cartoonist, blogger, knit designer, professional photographer, general all-around talented person, etc.
It was a basic photography class with an emphasis on how to shoot flattering portraits of fiber stuff, both on and off people. I came armed with a list of questions: Read more >>
Wednesday was a big day for me, with the announcement about WeaveZine's Evolution and all. I've been doing a lot of post-announcement communication since then, answering questions, and talking to some very cool people about projects. Two days in, and I've got a full slate of awesomeness to work on. Life is good. Read more >>