I had planned to post a collection of red, white and blue weaving and knitting. However, I have discovered that I have not used those three colors together in any of my projects. I have a felted blue bag that I use for my small weaving projects. There is a touch of red and a little stripe of not-quite-white in the strap.I have a red mug rug woven on my Hokett loom.I have a white Feather and Fan scarf knitted with my hand spun alpaca yarn. I have a white dog with a red collar helping me with this post. That’s about as patriotic as I can get today. (I could have put on a blue shirt, but that one is in the laundry and today is not laundry day.)I am still organizing my studio. I found a neat way to store my hand spun yarn. It’s a closet sweater hanging thingy. I like to see the colors that I have on hand without pulling out tubs and boxes. I have another weaving started on my Hokett loom. This is some hand spun Navajo yarn I found in the bottom of a bargain bin at my LYS.I have another on my rigid heddle loom. This is also hand spun yarn left over from my other weavings. I am playing with different colors and textures for a small wall hanging.I made some bookmarks for special friends who have visited the Yarn Babes and Enlightenment Society this past month.And, last but not least, the sheep tapestry has grown another inch.That’s it. Happy Fourth!