The title implies that I dealt with the high winds that we had this weekend. I didn’t really spend much time in the wind. I was inside at the Art & Craft Holiday Fair sponsored by the Crocker Art Gallery in Sacramento. I was surprised at the number of people that came through. Not as many sales as I’d hoped for, but it will be worth going back next year.
These are some of the v-shawls I had for sale.
You may recognize some of these scarves from previous blog entries. I meant to count the scarves. I think I ended up with over 50.
These are 3-D wire pieces that I liked.
And this is an example of another artist’s work that I liked. All his pictures have a time theme and are made from watch parts.
A friend visited me at the show on Saturday and look what she brought. This is a sheep from the WoolPets felt kit that I sell and she knit a scarf to go with it. I wonder if she used toothpicks for knitting needles!
So what was with the wind? It howled all weekend. We hadn’t had any significant damage from the other winds that we’ve had this fall. This wind took the top of the big tree in front of the house. Fortunately all that is damaged is a fence board.
This is upside-down and used to be…
The tree is lopsided now–used to have 2 tops that looked like one.