Our annual spin-in is the big highlight of our year. Crowds from close by and further away enjoy shopping, food, a fashion parade, activities, food, raffles, and did I mention food?
We’re holding it in the same place as last year. There doesn’t seem to have been any progress with earthquake-strengthening the Masterton Town Hall, but Wairarapa College is an excellent venue and we are happy to be going back there.
Do come if you are nearby! Here are the details:
Meanwhile, Lorraine and Tracy have completed the spinning stage of our start-with-raw-fleece project. Like the other participants they are thrilled with the colours. What will these lovely yarns become, I wonder? We’ll find out when the finished items are displayed at the spin-in!
Jutta has been learning the very ancient craft of tablet-weaving. It’s so ancient that sets of tablets, one with weaving still in progress, were found in the Viking ship-burial at Oseberg in Norway, dating from 834AD.