This weekend I went to SAFF (the Southeastern Animal Fiber Fair). I stayed in a cabin with some of my local fiber group and with some Ravelry friends (some mine, some theirs). We had a great time. I made some new friends, connected with people whom I’d never met in person, had a lot of hugs, looked at a lot of yarn and books and tools and animals. The fall foliage was gorgeous and it was glorious to be with my people.

It was a blast! If you have a chance to go, I recommend it.

I had been planning to post photos of SAFF for you today and so I didn’t have anything else lined up in the queue. But I was living so thoroughly in the moment that the only photos I took the whole weekend were of the little girl who was staying in our cabin, petting the cat who lives in the campground. Not exactly representative of SAFF. I don’t regret not taking pictures, but I do regret not being able to share my memories with you more thoroughly.

Here is the book I bought, which I’ve been considering getting for a while:

The Techniques of Tablet Weaving by Peter Collingwood.

It will come as no surprise to anyone that I have plans for secret code combined with tablet weaving, though I have some work to do to get to that point.