Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Update on Life

I was shocked to see that I hadn't posted here for nearly a month! I've been extreamly busy getting the fiber shop ready for the holidays. We hosted the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours last Friday. Chef Joel of Mill Bay Coffee & Pastries catered some delectable treats- I still have truffles in my freezer! Chris Lynch and Sally Troxell presented their works to the public at The Rookery on Saturday. Beautiful stuff! I had to snag one of Sally's felted purses...I'll see if Chris will get me some pic's to post- lots of art quilts, baskets, jewlery, felted bags, hats, scarves and wraps...great turn out!

Its been an intresting month down in the Harbor Building where The Rookery is located. Lots of new construction happening. Viva Mexcio Imports has moved across town and now Emerald Isle Framing has moved into the space. Liz Mitchell bought out Emerald Isle last year- she's planning to change the name and has started offering beads as well as local and original art. The Brewery, incase you haven't heard- can now sell pints thanks to fantabulous legislation that recently passed. I'm thinking that a knitting and beer tasting event needs to happen sometime this winter. Not sure what is going into the vacent space next to us that is being developed.

Seeing lots of new faces in the shop over the last week. I'm so thankful for word of mouth- thank you everyone who has spread the word! The shop has really grown alot this past month- lots of new stuff to inspire! New shipments are arriving every week- this is why I've been neglecting my blog and my spinning wheel. I'm starting to bring in more paper craft supplies and hope to get in some very artsy rubber stamps from the UK. I've stocked some fabulous altered journal kits, handmade papers, felt beads and other scrappy goodness.

Other good news- a website is finally in the works. I've found someone local to work on my site- so keep an eye out for -there will be an online shopping cart available! Next step is getting an internet connection up and running in the shop- why I have taken so long to get around this this I'll never know- but it will certainly make my life soooooo much easier not having to drag stuff back and forth between shop and home. It will mean earlier hours for the shop as well, as I currently spend my mornings conducting the business end of things at home before opening shop downtown.

Speaking of shop hours- I'm now open on Mondays! New Hours are Monday- Saturday 12-5:30

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