I’ve been reflecting, though, that it is easy to spend time doing other things: “talking on the ‘net'”, committee work for your guild, writing articles, volunteering. Time that is enriching and connecting, perhaps, but not directly involved in the actual doing of the craft that got us here in the first place.
So, this week I encourage you to connect again with weaving and spinning. If you haven’t sat down to loom or wheel in awhile, just commit to winding a warp or spinning a skein. Pretty soon you’ll discover the joy all over again. You’ll remember what drew you in in the first place and why it’s important in your life. Just starting again is a celebration indeed.
View: The Handweaver’s Guild of Boulder’s Tribute to Linda Ligon. Check out the You tube videos of this wonderful celebration of our craft and the woman who has contributed so much.