Can you believe it has been almost a year since I had a dedicated studio? Me neither. I swear when I moved out I though I would be on a much shorter hiatus. And I have been itching to get back to work. So today I am sharing with you the top 5 project I am ready to tackle when I get back into my space


#1 Dyeing Fiber

I have been sitting on an obscene amount of fleece for years now. And I am ready to outright get it dyed up. My new dye space is not really a dedicated space. But it is a safe area in our home where I will not mess up someone else’s flooring. But the good thing is I am translating what I know about dyeing into the kind of space an average Fiberista has available. As promised a tutorial is in the works. But this time with the average home dyeing in mind.

#2 Weaving

I have been bursting with so many ideas it is nuts. And after packing up my ginormous stash, I am just ready to blow through it with project after project. I also am ready to dust off the old Structo table loom I have been schlepping around and take my weaving a little deeper.


#3 Sweaters!

I say this every August…This year I am going to make at least a couple of awesome sweaters. {{{{sigh}}} at this point I have quite a few WIPs that I can pull out and just finish them already…

#4 Felted Hat

I bought this tutorial and I am itching to give it a go.


#5 Just get back to a routine.

A solid 75% of what sold me on our new place was how the studio space was set up. Separate from the living area, and big enough for me to have room to work.  It is so refreshing to grab my coffee and go downstairs to get some work done. It is also great to be able to feed some of those late night inspirations that I was not able to really do with a space away from home. This time next week we will be there and out stuff will be there and I am just ready.

What are you Friday 5? Post them on your blog (with a link below) or jus list them in the comments. Have a good weekend y’all.

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