Congratulations! Carol Dowell from Yuma, Colorado, will be our host for the month of March!
Charlene could hardly wait to pull out her book to see some pictures of Colorado. Colorado is closer to Texas, so maybe she can have a tea with TT at some point? Oh, Google says it’s still 893 miles … which means “no tea”.
When Zoom heard Colorado, she instantly crawled out from her project to come over and chat with Charlene … Zoom thinks that SHE is the most important State Fact of Colorado, since her home, the Schacht company, is right there in Boulder!
Charlene is excited to find out where TT22 will go next … It’s time to determine our next host, for the month of March. If you are interested and available to “entertain” TT22 for a month, please leave a comment in the comments section.
Signup is open now, and will end Sunday, February 27th, 6 pm US CT. I will contact the new host and make the announcement shortly after I hear back from him/her.
Meanwhile … if you have noticed that the shop is low on stock on several looms … we are making looms as fast as we can, but right now the weather is not cooperative. We like the temperature in our workshop to be above 50F for lacquering … and there hasn’t been much of that recently. But the weather will get there soon … we’re confident!
TT22 said his goodbyes in Arizona and is now in Pennsylvania to meet Angela … and a lot of snow!
TT22 made a lot of friends during his January stay in Arizona, and the month just seemed to have flown by.
Lots of loom hugs for Terry, who has been a fabulous first Travel Turtle host.
Ice and wind and snow don’t make it easy to get to the next destination, Pennsylvania, where TT22 will meet our new host, Angela.
Angela is a well-known fiber arts designer and instructor who has published many knit and pin loom designs in a broad variety of publications. In her free time, she loves to craft beautiful pottery.
TT22 feels honored to be able to spend some time with her.
About pin looms Angela writes “In 2010 I got my first pin loom and loved weaving with it immediately. It was a 4 inch pin loom. I seamed the squares together to make a doll blanket. And I continue to collect different sizes and shapes of pin looms.”
TT22 got very excited when he heard that Angela may want to make a coaster or a hot pad during his visit. His favorite from her previous work has always been this one, with the tiny little embroidery heart.
Oh, he can hardly wait to get started!
Charlene is very jealous that TT22 will meet Angela in person! But she knows that the next-best-thing-to-do is to follow Angela’s amazing social media posts. If you wish to follow Angela and TT22 during his February visit, look for Angela on Instagram and/or visit Angela’s Facebook page.
(Photo credits: 1-3, Terry Neal. 4-7, Angela Tong. All rights reserved.)