West Virginia turned 150 last week. Happy Birthday, WV! The celebration included the Wheeling Arts Fest, where Craft Husband and I ran into our friend, Michael, and his daughter, Hazel.
I was mesmerized by this kid activity to embroider an owl. The ladies of the National Trail Stitchers made their own kits and patiently helped kiddos learn simple embroidery skills. I was jealous of the teachers and the kiddos alike.
Ms. Hazel even got her dad involved. Always good to see a man with a needle in his hand.
Craft Husband bought a freshly screened commemorative West Virginia zombie birthday t-shirt from the MITCH Collective. Because who doesn’t need more zombie paraphernalia?
Not to be outdone by his
impulse buying support of local artists, I bought a great measuring tape bracelet from Iridescence. Am I going to use it to measure spots for future yarn bombs when I don’t have a tape measure in my purse? You betcha.
All the crafty goodness really inspired me to go home and get some serious pattern designing done. So, of course, I went home (after a quick stop off at DQ) and fell immediately asleep. The best-laid plans…