I’ve got my schedule a bit more nailed down. June 2nd I will be teaching a knitting class: Short-row Technique. I’ll do this at the Brown Sheep Fiber Arts Schoolhouse. I’m very excited about that. The next weekend on June 9th I’m doing the vendor event I was debating. With everything else going on I need to get some income flowing again if I ever want this endeavor to succeed. That vendor event will be at Fort Robinson State Park. I’m glad it is there since I’ve wanted to go for quite some time now, but have never made it in there.

I’ve also applied to be a part of our local event in July called Fur Trade Days. My new town has a big week long celebration of the fur trade days. I will see if this is a well attended event or not. It looks like it should be decent.

I have a crazy family schedule during June. I’m not sure I’ll get much more beyond the two events I mentioned above. I’m hoping to do more teaching in the fall and into the winter as well. I am planning on doing most of my winter teaching up here though so I don’t have to travel while the roads are bad.

I have new projects in the works as well. They are big enough they warrant a whole post of their own.

 

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About littlehawkyarns

I am a small business owner, spinner, knitter, gardener, and mom. I have two children, two dogs, a husband, and two cats. I enjoy canning good food, getting involved in my community, and going on adventuress with my family.
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