The singles that the kitties attacked have been safely plied. It was touch and and go until I got past the nasty part. Unbelievably, there were only 2 breaks in the whole mess. The rest was just kitty tangle which can actually be an even worse problem to fix. Lucky me-because this time it wasn't. Whew. What a relief.
I would have been very upset to lose this. It will soon be a little something or other to sling over my shoulders as I parade around the Howard County Fairgrounds in May. Just look at that ticker over there on the right. Not many days left is there? Where does the time go?
I am more than likely going to need more so it's a good thing I still have plenty of the fiber left. Now I have to remember how to use a drop spindle.
Totally unrelated to today's post but connected to yesterday's is this camellia bloom that was waiting for me this morning. As I type this I hear the rumble of thunder. In January. It's going to be another long, hot summer and it will probably start sometime in March.
Oh good!! That turned out really nice! I just love the color and if I could only ply that well! Mine is still a work in progress. The weather you are having is amazing! I'm so jealous... it's 1 degree above zero in my neck of the woods....had to blanket the horses when I tucked them into their stalls this evening.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous green yarn...so glad it was salvedged!ReplyDelete
Lovely flower..there won't be any flowers here for at least 8 weeks....and then just brave little crocus and snow drops
That is going to make a gorgeous shawl!ReplyDelete