What are you working on this week? This week I'm starting to feel a little in the weeds, as my friends who work in restaurants say.
In ceramics, I'm still trying to find time here and there during the day to glaze. Usually I can carve out at least two hours, one in the morning and one in the late afternoon, to get some glazing done... but this week that's been a challenge.
In soap, I've made some restocks and a new "Soapmaker's Favorites" set, and now I just need the rain to stop and the humidity to drop so that the soap will cure a little more, and I can get everything wrapped and listed.
In yarn, I'm dyeing like a fiend -- yarn club is going strong! I need to wind the rest of January (it's not dry yet, though, because of the aforementioned rain and humidity), I should be done initially dyeing February by the end of the day today, although some of the skeins will need to be overdyed as the color isn't as rich as I want, and as soon as I'm done with that, I'll start with March. Ranger Baby has been flying off the shelves, y'all! Thank you! Expect restocks on sold-out bases the second week of February.
In knitting, I finished my second 15-in-2015 project last night, but haven't had time to take photos yet (or good daylight... did I mention all this rain?). I've also started a pair of socks in Ranger Baby, to show how it works up. Photos of that just as soon as I get a couple inches into the socks!
And you know I can't just write a post and not put a photo in it... so here's a picture of my office. Monday was "Clean Off Your Desk" Day... hahahahahhahahah. Right.
Happy Wednesday, everyone!