Paper has been arriving. I have the portions doled out for two of my workshops. One more shipment is on it's way...and then I can wrap up the third. I cleaned out some of the stock at Paper Connection. I really can't say enough nice things about them. If you're looking for handmade papers, give them a peek.
Aimee's show was great. Awesome work, awesome textures.
Dyed a monstrous amount of yarn this weekend...raw silk, wool of assorted finishes, even some alpaca. That should be enough for one weaving.
Felt-making and Tapestry Weaving are both running at CIA, and they start this week. The confirmation on Friday caught me a bit off-guard. The enrollment had stayed far below the required number, so I had moved course prep for those classes to the back burner. As a result, my weekend was a mad dash of dyeing fleece for demonstrations and gathering up samples, supplies, and other sundries. I still have a few more odds and ends to straighten out tomorrow. Between ConEd and my regular teaching duties, I'll be running five classes for the next eight weeks. I feel that spring winding tighter.