Wednesday, October 12, 2011

New Loom / New Project

As you can see, I now have a loom that is larger and has more ways to make very pretty designs. This is the next set of towels that I am doing for my dentist! I think it is so awesome. I finally was able to get a start on the project. School has taken up so much of my time that it has been hard to get up into the barn. Things are getting easier now and so it doesn't seem to take as much of my time.

I have gotten my first test grades, and I am so proud of myself, in Algebra (the hardest). I got a 93 % on the test! Yippy! My business class I got an 85% which is still a B and the only class so far that I am not liking all that well and that is Micro-computers! The main problem is the teacher! He goes through things so fast and doesn't go back at all. I am hoping that I can at least keep my grade high enough to pass the class, because that is one of the required for my degree.

Other than all the lovely stuff, not a heck of a lot is going on around here. I did sell a rug and a set of towels over the weekend, which was very nice!

Hope you all have a great night.
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Mappy said...

Love This And You My dear!!!!
Love ya !!!!

Linda said...

You GO girl!! I love the pattern your doing.

threecollie said...

That is so beautiful! You have an amazing combination of talent and patience and your work reflects it....better all the time. Congrats on your grades. Something to make you really proud right there.

Shirley said...

Oooo love those colors and the pattern. Very nice!
And congratulations on your good marks.

Terry and Linda said...

WHEW! You are really doing good...I don't think I could tackle college at my advanced age. You grades are AMAZING!

Also, your weaving WOW!


Anonymous said...

Glad you made it back safe. Did yu get the house all cleaned up?
Love Mom

Far Side of Fifty said...

Hi Lisa, That is a great is going to be beautiful! Congrats on the are doing great in Algebra. Talk to your Micro computer instructor. tell him of your concerns. I always found the Instructors to be very nice and willing to help..or they will have a grad student that will take the time to help. Don't be shy..they are SUPPOSED to be there to teach:)