The next stop on my Washington Peninsula trip was Port Townsend. I was met at the ferry dock by my hostess Linda. She was sporting a sprang hat, fresh off her loom. It's a double-walled hat, and perfect for the snowy weather they've been having.
I gave a talk at the guild meeting, and then taught a 2-day workshop. Interest was keen. It was lovely to work with these ladies.
I was invited to the Washington State Peninsula area. Several guilds here are interested in hearing about sprang. I thought the Pacific Coast would have warmer weather than Winnipeg.
Despite the unseasonably cold and snowy weather, a good crowd of weavers turned out to hear my talk here on Whidbey. A dedicated group made it to my workshop despite the weather. We explored the basics of the interlinking stitch, vertical stripes, twining, transpositions, and even some 2-2 twill.
Many thanks to my hostess Dianne, as well as to Linda and the many guild reps who worked together to make this tour possible.