Quick update for Sunday night.
The passing of my dad has caused a re-think of where Stitch Revival Studio is going and what I want it to be. There’s been so many challenges to dealing with my own grief, let alone that of my mom and sister and our families, it has all impacted my view on things and my goals.
I’ve deleted some of my social media channels as they have become distractions from what really matters. It’s more important for me to focus on the real and the now. This will begin to be reflected on where I focus my energies.
I’ve been accepted into a craft show (my very first) in the fall, so now, my attention will turn to preparations for that opportunity and working on building my stock. Please consider coming to visit me at the Lambton Fall Colours craft show in October. I’d love to see you. The show is a popular one and I feel very happy to be able to join the other vendors.
I recently attended a virtual knitting workshop with Tracey Doxey on working with colours for Fair Isle Projects. The workshop was full of great info and I really appreciated the chance to learn from someone so talented! Thank you Tracey!
Happy June, everyone!