My husband needed to go for a bit of a road trip, get out of town. We drove west, to Batosch, Saskatchewan.
I was thrilled to hear that personnel there had learned to fingerweave from my book. They had several examples of work done by employees as well as visitors.
They are working towards leg ties for the interpreters, and eventually sashes.
The Saskatchewan prairie is beautiful
My husband said I had to include a photo of me as a passenger in the car. It was a ten hour drive. He can’t expect me to just sit there.
I attach my weaving to the visor, and tension it under my feet.