What If I’m Kidding Myself?

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So here’s what I’m asking you to consider: what happened to make you consider your attempt to be a failed one?
What did you learn from the mistakes that you made?
How can you take that knowledge and apply it to your next attempt? […]

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Hot weather doesn’t stop fiber arts!

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  I keep busy. Doesn’t matter how hot it gets, I’ve always got something fibery going on. The month of May is always a busy one for me, but this month has been extraordinary! It started out with MD Sheep & Wool and a full weekend of seeing all of my favorite people in fiber […]

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Come find me at MDSW!

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Just a couple of quick updates, because I need to get to bed – tomorrow, I go to MDSW! I sincerely hope that I’ll get to see YOU there. If you’ll be at the festival, come find me! I am again a booth helper for Wild Hare Fiber, in the big building/Exhibition Hall, stall B4. […]

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Organization: bringing sexy back to the studio

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Sometimes, I like to problem solve out loud. That works better with other people around than just with myself, but when you have work to do as well, you improvise. Hence, I turned to the magic of Facebook Live to chat with/at y’all for brainstorming ideas on how to organize my basement studio space, all while carding battlets for the upcoming Homespun Yarn Party happening on March 24th. […]

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Growth Under The Surface

Imbolc is over for the year but the metaphorical fires ignited during that time are still burning brightly for me. I did some deep soul searching during the beginning of the month, joined a SAL, and had a brainstorming session with a friend and colleague turned accountability partner that I am really thrilled about. 

I’ve been really deep in thought for a lot of my blog posts lately, as I’m sure you’ve noticed. That’s because I am in need of big changes in how I do things with Three Ravens. It’s not that I don’t LOVE what I do – but it is always important to reassess a business on a regular basis and be ready to implement the changes that make sense as you go along. This is nothing new for me; I have changed the way I do things here many times in this journey. Every change has been for the best!  […]

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How I Design A Class

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  HOW I DESIGN A CLASS Want a downloadable copy of this post in note form for you to use? Click here: http://bit.ly/xianeclass   Teaching is my bread and butter, and I really, really enjoy doing it. I think it shows! One of the things I hear the most is that I seem really organized, calm, […]

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