September went by in a busy blur.
In the studio the busy blur included producing 8 rugs,
7 table runners
and two sets of woolly pumpkins.
The Cranbrook found a new home so the studio has been rearranged!
I was surprisingly happy to see the loom go because it will now be used instead
of gathering dust and taking up space.
The other good news is Oak Tree has been accepted into the
Toe River Arts Council Juried Art show!
Very happy about that!
The show runs from Oct 17th to Nov. 14th.
I will post some photos of the show for you during that time.
On the home front we have gone from being in a moderate drought and then getting 9 inches of rain at our house since last Thursday night.
I was really looking forward to the super moon and the eclipse but there was no chance of seeing it with all the cloud cover.
We are now being affected by hurricane Joaquin bringing more rain, which could cause flooding. Seems the weather is so extreme with either feast or famine.
Thankfully it is not making landfall!
At least it has cooled off and some leaf color is beginning to appear in the mountains.
It’s my birth month and my favorite time of year!