The buttons, they are enough to drive one batty (see previous post). What’s worse than sewing on 21 buttons? Having to rip out a bunch because someone didn’t space them correctly.

Anyway.

In spinning – I finished up the Nectarine wool, and it is beauuutiful.

It’s 288 yards, and very similar to the sherbet merino I did up earlier. I think I’ll try to combine them in a project somehow.

I’ve also started a new project.

Yep, an OSW – but it’ll take more than one skein, because I’m going to put sleeves on it. I’m using Knitpicks Shine, and it’s so soft and lovely! Plus, it doesn’t split – no more splitty yarns for a while, thanks.

P.S. It’s done. It fits. It’s gorgeous. Pictures soon.

6 Responses to “ack, the buttons”

  1. ~Jo~

    WOW! That sherbet color is so cute! I can only imagine how soft it is. How about mittens?

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  2. Wanda

    Ooh, that does suck to have to rip out buttons. That’s no fun at all.

    The OSW is so fun. I just finished one in red and the first one I made out of a taupe color. I’m thinking I will do one in black, too, but maybe not this summer, we shall see.

    The Nectarine yarn combined with the sherbet color is just gorgeous.

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  3. Marie

    Is that the Fleece Artist roving you bought a bit back? The color is fantastic.

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  4. Peggy

    The Nectarine yarn is beautiful. I can’t wait to see how the ribbed corset turns out with buttons!

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