"Inch by inch" is what I feel like I'm doing on the kudzu right now. And more than a few inches won't be woven over the next couple of weeks while I'm on a trip to see the Howard Finster exhibit at Krannart Art Museum in Illinois. Getting back from there, I'll do a quick load of laundry and crawl back in the car to go to Knoxville for my first stint of weaving on the "Local Industry" part of the Anne Wilson "Wind/Rewind/Weave" exhibit at the Knoxville Museum of Art. A blog by one volunteer describes some of the experience of being part of that exhibit and I'm quite excited to be able to take my turn soon.
OK... I'm leaving the studio shortly and going home to pack a suitcase. Before I leave here I need to collect a small loom, a box of embroidery floss of a million colors, sketch book. I have plans to weave on the road (no, I'm not doing the driving!) and as I can while in Illinois. Got to get the Enchanted Pathways piece finished soon!