Posted by on Thursday, May 18th, 2006

Around this time every year, some of my girl-friends from Celt-land and I head down to the Western Shore of the Potomac River.  Each year, we have a theme.  This year’s theme is “fish and fiber.”  We’re going to fish, and we’re going to play with fiber.  I am one excited chicky, lemmetellya. We will . . .
be making at least one felted rug
and some felted soap
and some felted pincushions
and knitting
and spinning
and weaving inkles
and sewing and embroidering
And we’ll also have Claudia, Jen, and Mikele, excellent crocheters all, teaching crochet (maybe they can fix my brain block so I can crochet an edge on something without cussing the whole time).

And, somehow, we’ll fit in some swimming or canoeing and some eating and drinking.  Somehow.

So, I have to pack every-freaking-thing necessary, which is a lot of freaking things.

In the meantime, a couple of quick reviews (posted earlier, via my patented “crazy-manipulation-of-the-space-time-continuum, or sumthin) :

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2 Responses to “River-bound”

  1. rho1640on 19 May 2006 at 9:49 am 1

    ok — fish and fiber huh? My first thought was a fish fry and metamucil— guess I haven’t been knitting long enough – right?!

  2. lellaon 22 May 2006 at 5:00 am 2

    May thee all have fun and great frolics in the light and fine spring air along the Potomac.

    I am, of course, jealous. =o)

    I seem to have forgotten to say eat well. Well, eat well!

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