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May 1, 2016 / weavingschool

Tallahassee Breezes


Millstone Institute for Preservation turned out to be a great place to spend the weekend. The plantation house is a late 19th century Colonial Revival style with additions by several owners. It is being restored to its full glory bit by bit. The farm sits under gigantic live oak trees dripping with Spanish Moss. A cooling breeze came up from the small lake the entire time so I never noticed the 90 degree heat. I introduced some folks to nuno felting with an all day workshop on Friday followed by a bags class Sat. Sunday I demonstrated felting to all the visitors and had a great time encouraging kids to roll fleece into felt balls. Watching them counting to 100 with serious looks on their little faces just made my day.

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