We weren't there for classes, though -- just on the lookout for some beautiful wool. We both want to do some nuno-felting on the loosely-woven blue-green fabrics we painted a few days ago. As soon as we saw this selection of wool, dyed in a gradation of golds, greens, and blues, both of us said "That's the one!"
|Wool roving, dyed gold-green-blue.|
|Wool and cloth for nuno-felting.|
Only it didn't. We left the show as the rain and wind started up again, ferociously. We had to step over downed tree limbs and watch for others that were falling. Deb slowed down for me as I shuffled through the cold, stinging rain, and at one point I actually walked out of the shoe! Once we were back in my car, we had a good laugh over that poor shoe, which, by then, was also coming undone along its left side.
I photographed those old Clarks when I got home, then the next place they went was the trash.