Saturday, September 17, 2011

World Wide Spin In Public Day

A small group of us were asked to come demonstrate spinning at the Failte Irish Import Shop in Lexington today. There was a downtown "block party" celebrating Halfway to St Patrick's Day, which seemed to be loosely primarily based as a drinking holiday.



Little did they know it was also World Wide Spin in Public Day. We were happy to oblige.



Even 20 got involved.



And he made a new friend, Christy's sheep. I don't think it would take much to get her spinning too. She watched carefully and 20 gave her some good pointers.



"That's why we're here, right?"



This is a blast from the past. Christy was spinning some of Petunia's lamb fleece. Look how dark it was!



Debbie was spinning a colorful batt from Lunabud Knits.



And I spun up some odds and ends and some of the purple batt.



"That was pretty fun! That was almost as much fun as the football game. I liked that Tunis roving that Grandma got for us. It wasn't scratchy at all. I bet those sheep get really cold up north. I was kinda warm wearing this sweater, but it'll feel real good this winter. When is it going to snow here?..." And then he fell asleep.

I hope everyone enjoyed World Wide Spin in Public/Halfway to St. Patrick's Day. I know we did.

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4 comments:

Alice said...

What great fiber photos! 20 sure does know how to celebrate good times!! I wonder if 20 is Irish ;-)

Michelle said...

Hey, I recognize that spot!!! So cool to see the wheels, sheep and people there; would have been fun to be a part of that. I didn't spin in public yesterday, but did spin on my mS last night.

cyndy said...

Wow! I totally missed the WWSIPD!

Good to see you had it covered!

LunabudKnits said...

So glad you all could help Liza out that day! Ah, #20 to the rescue;)

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