This is what I woke up to yesterday. It was cold. Very cold but the worst part was the wind. It howled for two days straight and it was terrible. None of the animals could settle down. We were up all night with yowling cats and barking dogs.
I couldn't settle down either. My headache was gone but my vision was still wonky. Knitting and stitching were out so I spent the day in the stash room with my fiber.
I had packed all the wheels away with projects on them for the holidays so it took me a while to get them sorted out and remember what I was up to. This is a bucket of washed and dyed locks I've been spinning for forever.
I had fiber stashed in bags all over the place. I can't leave it out or the cats will get it and it's always an expensive vet visit when they do.
This Polwarth is close to being finished.
This project was a big failure. I tried picking up where I left off which was spinning some batts I made and then adding in some scrap fiber but it was tedious so I pulled it off and tried to chain ply it.
Ummm......no. It's a mess. I can't even pretend it's art yarn. It's just awful. It's going to live on my shelf as a warning to remind myself that in spinning, as in most things, simple is best.