Of course, I was going to ‘catch’ this event before the pod burst, as I didn’t want milkweed seeds floating around my house.
I’d brought in the pot to protect it from the cold and to encourage more growth and development, also to ‘catch’ some seeds – it worked.
January has had to be a respite and I may just be getting started with the idea. It’s not a bad thing. I’ve been reading, researching, re-thinking my approaches to some aspects of my work, to name a few…. I’ve been enjoying the relative quiet.
Things will continue to be made, as that kind of activity feeds me. It’s the same for workshops – they will continue to be offered. It’s just going to be a different year compared to the recent past. I suspect the focus will be more on making – continuing dialogues with fiber, dye, and threads – of course, indigo and shibori.
On that note, as mentioned previously, and listed on my ‘Workshops’ page, there is an upcoming workshop at Pullen Arts Center (Raleigh). The weekly evening classes begin in late February and go through mid-March. I look forward to that opportunity.
And one more thing:
Kotoshi mo yoroshiku onegaishimasu.
In this (new) year also, I hope for your favor.
Happy New Year!