I wonder if anyone else is finding it as difficult as I am to get any productive fiber work completed during the hot days of summer.
It’s been a real struggle to readjust to the high heat and humidity of Southside Virginia with temps in the mid to high 90′s (F) and humidity to match.
Knitting even with laceweight yarn becomes quite difficult, as everything is damp or wet all the time.
Thus, I have completed only a couple of rows a day on my Aspen Grove Shawl, with no real progress visible.
I’m working very slowly to get my workroom together, but, again, the heat and humidity make one simply want to loll around in the afternoon and evening.
Tonight I’ll be attending my first meeting of the Emporia Quilter’s Guild and am really looking forward to it. It seems they do a lot of great things, including charity quilting and mounting a quilt show. I’m ready to jump in and see where I can help and participate.
I apologize for my sporadic posting, but hope as I get my feet more firmly on the ground and become more accustomed to the climate I’ll be back in the swing of things.