We are all so thrilled with how the show went this weekend. Thank you so much to everyone who came out. The Friday night especially was so much fun with great music, snow cones, and so many people streaming through until late in the evening. Sitting on The Beehive's table shown above is the beehive that Courtney made for the collective. Isn't it adorable?

And I have to share a photo of the window one more time with the installation complete. When we first started the collective I had a vision one night of a wreath entangle with thread and yarn and bees, and saw this as a large white vinyl on the window of our show. The next day I drew up the wreath and not only did it become the collectives logo, but seven months later here it is four feet big on the window as well. It's pretty special when ideas like this come to life.

One of the highlights of our show was the installation by fiber artist Amanda McCavour. Her machine stitched spirograph drawings were suspended behind the entire window and were stunning from both across the street and up close. They really were a wonderful addition to the space. You can see more of her amazing work here.

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