Odds and Ends

So much going on! Maybe TOO much going on! Such is life!

We’re working fast and furious to get more inventory ready for the Cedar City Heritage Festival the end of this month.

This Saturday is opening day of the deer hunt — I’m planning to keep a pot of hot chili going throughout the day at the Shop for those cold hunters!

Next month marks our 4th anniversary in this location. Plans for a celebration are under way!

And plans for a surprise event are in the works for January! Stay tuned!

And come January .. My goal is to allow myself more time for spinning and weaving! It keeps me grounded.

Until next time … Happy Spinning and Weaving!
Linda

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