I’ve been trying to make myself wake up earlier, because my exam on Thursday is at 9 am – an hour’s commute away (and I am SO not a morning person). And as a result of course, I’m getting awfully sleepy earlier!
I’ve been busy dyeing up some silk ribbon for megan, and ironing it – I swear the ironing took longer than the dyeing, and was much less interesting.
A wee bit of spinning – my little sister called this one “summer fields”.
(Fleece Artist wool/silk roving)
My little seedlings are growing up! Yes, I’m replanting soon. Lincoln Peas.
And a tiny bit (literally) more spinning – I did these wee skeins to aim for sock weight. Top one’s navajo plied and the bottom one is two ply. The two ply is thinner of course, but I just don’t think two ply would cut it for socks. I don’t know if I can get it much thinner though…I’m just not a super-duper tiny yarn spinner. At least not yet.
Good luck on Thursday, I will keep my fingers crossed for you. Let us know how it went. I love your Blog and all your projects. A girl after my own heart. Rita
its a sign of a dedicated yarn artist that is.
ok, i know ribbon isn’t really yarn, but you can knit with it. AND IRONING IT!?
I completely understand why it’d be necessary. I’ve ironed ribbon myself. But the idea made me laugh.
Good luck on the big test!