The workshop is now half over. After all the anticipation that seems surprising to me but things are going swimmingly. These ladies a bright and catch on fast, even to totally new information. Being a teacher is such a joy under these circumstances.
The court jester is Bob, my young cat. Even as a tiny kitten he displayed a sense of humor. He would wait around a corner when he heard me coming and then jump out, standing on his back feet with his front paws up over his head as if to say "Suprise!" Then he would scamper away chuckling as he went, "Got her again! She's so easy!" He made me smile and laugh and still does.
In a quiet moment--there are a few here and there--he looks like this:
Fortunately for both of us he leaves my yarns and loom alone. A stern "No" was all it took to let him know. It should be noted that I do not let anything dangle or swing--even a well-behaved cat has his limits!
When this class ends the yarns to make grill cloth for antique radios will be here so I can go to work on that. I posted a photo of it under construction on Weavolution the last time I made it but will post one here when it is under way. I have to weave a lot of it. I welcome the work!
Now to bed so I will be ready for class tomorrow. I have some nifty things to show them and can hardly wait!