I finished the Snap Cardi, although it needs a blocking and some snap tape:

Snap Cardigan
knit for lettuce knit, with pattern and yarn available there.
Pattern: by Blue Sky Alpacas
Yarn: Blue Sky Cotton, dark blue, 7 skeins
Needles: Denise US7
Started: August 18, 2005
Finished: September 1, 2005

A cinch to knit, and just gorgeous yarn – but maybe now I can finally get to some fall knits for me! Like this:

…which will be knit in Knitpicks Shine.

In the meanwhile, I’ve done a little bit of spinning! Now, I don’t know where I got the link to this article – I know it was a knit blog, and it was a photo of handspun, and the yarn was burgundy. Any ideas? Anyway, the article is about light tents, in case you don’t want to click, and WOW. It makes such a difference. I’m just sticking my head under my bedsheet (just with ambient sunlight for these, not more light under the tent), but it works really well.

This is 208 yards of 2-ply merino – I bought the roving dyed, off ebay. I don’t know what to call it though – any ideas?

Fabulous suggestion, Liz – “Carnival” it is!

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6 Responses to “some dem spinning”

  1. Liz

    The first word that came to my mind when I saw your lovely handspun yarn was…”carnival”!

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  2. kellyt

    I’m very interested in knitting the Snappy Cardigan from Blue Sky so I hope you try it on before you send it on its merry way!

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  3. Amy S.

    Thanks for sharing the article about the light tents! I been trying to make my pictures sparkle for my blog. The light tent will help so much.

    Also, your cardigan looks great!

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  4. jody

    thank you for that link to light tents! what a great and inexpensive way to increase the quality of our photos.

    and now i’m off to find the plain sheets…

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