Studio Donegal sells wool in many forms: yarn, yardage, knitted and woven blankets and garments. I didn't buy much, but I did walk around and feel the goods a lot.
And here's what I got for myself: a scarf that perfectly matches the shirt that I wore almost every day of the trip, and a bunch of tweed scraps. The scraps were supposed to be sold for 10 euros a kilo, but the clerk who waited on me couldn't figure out the right price, so she gave them to me for nothing.
I've been doing daily art for a long time, and everything since 2010 is documented in my other blog. This year it's calligraphy. Click on the photo to check it out.
I make abstract art -- usually with a needle but sometimes with a pen, brush or camera, scissors and glue, pliers and wirecutters, whatever is there. I have a husband, two sons, seven sewing machines, a big messy studio and lots of other people's art. Life is good!