Friday, October 5, 2012

Tending Booth

These days I'm balancing my dyeing with a busy show schedule.  I flip back and forth between dye pots and events, repeating the process over and over.

This weekend I'm not dyeing.  Instead I'm doing a 4 day stint at Interweave Knitting Lab.


There is a lot of activity and many interesting people to chat with - discussions of techniques, colors, fiber blends.  When there's a lull, I'm knitting away on this.  It's a good balance.

If you're in the New England area, you might want to check out Knitting Lab.  Follow the link above for more details.  Don't forget the New Hampshire Wool Arts Tour is happening this weekend just up the road from Knitting Lab.  Fiber event overlap.  To top it all off, it's leaf-peeping season.  New Hampshire has fiber and fall foliage rolled up into one tidy package.

This time of year the falling leaves create a carpet beneath the trees. Here's a carpet in the making.  My color inspiration for the week.


Rich red splashed with shades of green.

2 comments:

Elisabeth Marino said...

Enjoy! It's a lovely event in a lovely place. And your sweater looks luscious! Be well.

Liz

Taos Sunflower said...

Those fall colors are incredible...that photo almost looks like a painting.