Thursday, December 11, 2008

It's raining, but that's OK

At least I'm getting a lot of work done. And it's kind of cozy here at the shop, watching a brand new mini-river flowing down the edge of Squirrel Spur Road. I'm listening to Christmas songs Bela Fleck style on Napster. Just got a laugh when I looked at one of the playlist titles Banjo Throwdown. What's with that?

Shipping yarns away on consignment
Traveling Yarn

I've been resisting consigning yarns to other shops because I simply can't produce enough to fill this shop and have enough left over for shows. But this shop in Winston-Salem is right in my general customer base of travelers, so I thought I'd give it a try. I packed up this box of yarn to send down and Carla seems quite pleased with it. If you're down her way go pay a visit! The shop is Nonpareil at 3560 Vest Mill Road, Suite 6 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Looks like they have some lovely pieces, from the web site.

Speaking of web sites, I'm adding some more pieces to mine this afternoon, mostly books and some Civil War vintage pieces. It's a good day to tackle this kind of project. This evening I'm heading to the Reynold's Homestead in Critz for a Business After Hours sponsored by the Patrick County Chamber of Commerce. Hope this rain doesn't turn to snow!

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