Okay, so I can see the exact day when exam prep took over my crafting time, since I posted the first half of my Stitches South post in April, and haven't updated since.
So here is the rest of my Stitches South story.
Saturday morning, Kelly and I both had classes. I took Math for Knitters with Edie Eckman. It was great, I learned a lot.
Later that day, we hit up the market again.
Some Koigu KPPM, in color P500.
Maple Creek Farms South Blend - Wood Plank
This is an absolutely delicious feeling yarn. It's soft. smooth and cool, perfect for Florida. It's destined to become a shawl.
Kitechen Sink Dyeworks Merino Fine in Edgar
Kitchen Sink Dyeworks BFL Roving - I'm seeing a trend with all the blue
Newton's Yarn Country Bamboo Print - I have no idea what this will be.
Louet Euroflax - For some hand towels
Silk cap and Noils from Ellen's Half Pint Farm
Creatively Hand Dyed Yarns Bamboo Wool
Lisa Souza Black Hills Gold
I am really looking forward to spinning up these wool blends, but right now I'm lacking the inspiration. I haven't even touched any of the yarn yet.
The rest of the weekend was a blast, and I was so glad we did it. I definitely want to go next year!
Since Stitches, I've mostly been studying for exams, and complaining about studying for exams. I've done a little with the Triathlon training, and took a trip to the Keys with family. I think I passed the exam, so hopefully I will have more time for crafting and getting back on the internets over the next few months.
Right now, I am lacking inspiration in the crafting department, so I am mostly trying to finish up UFO's. Hopefully I'll get my mojo back soon.