Thursday, February 18, 2010

Winter Wonderland

We made it to Washington D.C. and here is the proof! (Although we saw great photos of people at Union Station that the White House was photo shopped into)....We had our photo snapped by a great young man from Germany and we took his too...
Thanks for all of you who have stopped by my blog. It has been so nice hearing from you. Lots of you were sent by Paulette and I want to thank her for all of her encouragement!
We had a wonderful time tromping through the snow. It was actually a treat for us, because snowy days in San Diego are few and far between.
I'll be back soon.....I've taught 2 ongoing Wool Crazy classes since we got back and it just dawned on me that I should have taken my camera to show you what everyone is up to. I teach 3 more next week, so I will take camera in hand and share some of the great work they are doing....
I best be off and figure out if there is anything in the house for dinner....Bye for now..Jo Ann


  1. Welcome home! It will be interesting to see how your students are progressing on their Wool Crazy blocks.I am off to a shop hop and hope to find some light colored wools and thread so I can continue on my block.

  2. welcome to blogland. It's so nice to get to know you. Your book looks so great and I love wool. So I have to find out, where to get your book from here in switzerland.
    Have a great day

  3. Yay Jo Ann has a blog!! So I googled woolcrazy-jam and you were the first two links that came up, I'm guessing the jam part is what did it? Great brown bag usual :)

  4. Looking forward to learning about working with wool. Paulette shares her passion on her blog and it is infectious. Happy Blogging

  5. Hey JoAnn,
    You continue to amaze and inspire me. Another new fronteir to explore. You go Girl! Thanks for taking us along with you. Have fun!
    Susy Q
    San Diego, CA

  6. Great Job Jo Ann. I hope you get some rest this weekend. Love you Kim

  7. Jo Ann, welcome to the intertubes! I'm glad you're keeping Debbie entertained and that she's spending her Little Stitches income in your class.

  8. Glad you started a blog! I ordered your wonderful book and I am waiting for it to come, but I have a question about wool? What is the difference between wool and wool felt? If I am recycling wool clothing do I wash it to felt it myself? I would like to order some'bits' to add colour variety and I am not sure what to order. Thank-you for your opinion.