Let's start with the sweetest little lamb photo! More tomorrow, I'm sure. We are close to 70 lambs now.
Julia has been off school sick with the flu and a cold since January 10th. On Friday she started feeling better. So nice to hear her voice again and her chatter. Yesterday was the Presidential Inauguration and happily it fell on a day off for school kids. What a great chance to watch history being made.
(The plate with the knitted relief was a Christmas gift from my friend Cathy. She found it at Target before Christmas. Do you know Alyssa Ettinger's work here? She is the first potter I saw doing a line of "knitted ceramics.")
Luckily she is finally feeling better and is off to school at 7 a.m. I can start getting some of my work deadlines attended to besides helping with lambing. I'm hoping at least. I am so thankful she is over the flu and feeling better.
Oh, if you are local, Debbie Stoller is coming to Rowe Camp in February. Check it out here. And Betsy - the Owner of Classic Elite Yarns - is coming to Webs on Thursday evening to sign copies of their new book Shawls, Wraps, and Scarves 20 Ideas 3 Ways published by Sixth and Spring Books. If you aren't local, you can listen to the Ready, Set Knit podcast here.
I just heard from a reader who has taken up Creativebug on their $10 off Promo Code for my readers. Here's what Carol wrote: Hi Kristin, I have joined Creativebug and couldn't wait to watch your lesson on the Fair Isle hat. You make it look easy! I can't wait to try to follow along but would love to have some of your yarn. I happened onto your blog and will find information there to order. In the meantime, I will practice the method that you show and will look forward to more lessons. (Can't believe I'm actually having lessons from you)! Have a great evening and stay warm!
You can read more about my classes on Creativebug here. I've posted some videos too. Good day everyone! It's very cold here.