|My handspun and weaving|
|My Pocket Wheel|
|Yes, this is warped incorrectly. I had to come back over the beams. That's what happens when I take too long a break from weaving.|
|Lori at the teaching table.|
|Terri helping some folks with yarn.|
|I spotted this sign way home from set up. I couldn't resist the picture. Glad I was stopped at a red light.|
On Friday morning, the day of set up, it was also judging day at the biennial Fibers Through Time event. Fibers Through Time is sponsored by all the weaving and spinning guilds in the state of Arizona. It is four days of workshops and demos as well as a place to shop a little. I did pick up some small items for weaving, but more importantly, I entered the spun yarn competition because my friend Ruth from the ADWSG urged me to compete. So, I went over to the far side of town and dropped off my 3 skeins to be judged before 9:30 in the morning. The judging wasn't over until after 1:00pm, so I hung around and looked at the exhibits, the vendor stalls and the raffle section for the morning. I did purchase some raffle tickets, but I didn't win anything there.
But, I did pick up a few winnings in the spinning competition. I came home with 2 first place ribbons and one second place ribbon. Not a bad day.