Today I am packing up for the festival and driving from Vermont to Maryland and stopping in Brooklyn. It has been so beautiful here it is hard to leave. Even though things are always crazy around here this time of year, glass, garden, ice cream shop, school break, I always make time for the little beauties pictured here. Ramps, aka wild leeks. Not only are they delicious in all forms but the act of picking and cleaning is one of my favorite things to do. It is the perfect balance for making new work for a show. I come back to the studio after picking refreshed and inspired. I look forward to seeing many of you at the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival this weekend. Happy Spring!
I know, I know, I know, it has been forever. I am not very good at keeping up with the blog. Where do I start? After my last post I was busy doing shows and then we opened an ice cream business in Waitsfield, Vermont. It is called Scout’s Honor and the business lives in a shared space called The Sweet Spot with my sister’s bakery. I also got an order for almost 3000 of the same button. Which kept me quite busy! Thanks Anne! We finished up our orders from TNNA Columbus and our holiday orders at the beginning of December and enjoyed a little family time. We are now busy getting ready for the TNNA show in Long Beach. The show is February 2-4. Please stop by our booth #740 and say hello.
The show is this weekend at the Howard County Fairgrounds. Looking forward to seeing you there. We’ve got a car full of fresh products ready for you. I have the perfect partner with me for a road trip…Scout! She is really excited to work the show and meet everyone.
For the past week our e-mail has had a few problems. Everything is fixed and it is up and running again. Sorry for any inconveniences.
Thanks to our friend Alex for putting this slideshow together.
Pictured here is our new studio. We renovated an outbuilding on our property into a sweet workplace that gives us enough room to spread our wings and take in a beautiful new view.