Have also been up to the Phoenix to book a room for a new 101 course in Exeter. IT's expensive - but I think it'll be worth it. Got to speculate to accumulate I suppose. I'm going to run the course as cheaply as I can, but inevitably it will be more expensive than running one at Hobbycraft in KIngsteignton, or even at Ruth's in the village. STILL - this is all very exciting and I'm SO looking forward to enabling more people in knitting (and spinning too, mwah ha ha ha!).
I've been to a new Spinning Group - with Yule Somme on a Thursday - at her new Studio in Moretonhampstead - excellent company, even if I didn't learn much. I enjoyed the opportunity to spin uninterrupted by the thought of having to do housework.
And I've started spinning pet hair. I hope to do more of this in the future. Anyone who knows me can't miss that I LOVE DOGS. And to spin their fur into beautiful yarn which can be made into mementoes that will make their owners even happier is just WUNNERFUL. I've just read that back. How gushingly awful. But really - spinning fur has to be the ultimate in recycling - better made into luscious yarn than all over the carpet - right?