Yes, I have finally secured a more permanent job - starting 27 April (due to security clearances), I'll be starting at ASIC (Australian Securities & Investments Commission) - yes, that's federal government. Never would have imagined I'd end up there, but hey! It's all an experience ;) I've had quite a bit of experience with ASIC regulations at my last job, so I assume that's why I was successful ;) I will be working in the temporary job for at least the next week, but hopefully they need me for the 2 weeks in between, depending on how busy they still are!
I have also been doing lots of weaving - of course! Here's the current warp on my table loom:
And on Betty there is a cotton warp - first pics are of the warp on the warping board (second one taken by Anita):
And here it is in progress on the loom:
One will be for me, one for Anita's mum Brigitte, and the third will go in the shop ;)
Here's Frankie sitting on a piece of paper that just came off the warp:
I've also been clearing and sorting - I bought a lovely large Ikea unit for the books and LPs, and the existing unit went into Anita's study:
Next on my agenda is finishing this small tapestry of Frankie - here she is sitting in front of it, and not looking particularly impressed!
OK, back to it!!