It’s really quite astounding how quickly time sneaks by. There are several crafty updates that I want to share before the next round of goodies (which are finished — just waiting their turn in front of the camera).
I’ve finished spinning the 12 oz. of Corriedale (dyed four colors in 3 oz chunks). You may recall earlier posts (here and here), charting the progress. It really wasn’t that big of a project, it just took me a long time to finish.
These are also 3 oz. skeins with approximately 300 yards a piece. In total I have about 1,300 yards of 2-ply yarn in four colors that could very well work together, or on their own. No project in mind, yet…
Virginia wrapped up another pair of socks. This time using a stitch pattern from the book “Sensational Knitted Socks” and knitting with three colors of ShiBui yarn.
A few more pair nearly fell off the radar because I have been so slow in updating this blog.
Last, but certainly not least, Virginia celebrated her birthday last week.
Nothing brightens the home like the last flowers of the farmer’s market season.
4 Replies to “Playing Catch-up”
Beautiful – socks, yarn, flowers, all! And happy birthday, V!
Oooh those Shibui socks are gorgeous! I need to get going on my colorwork socks. I love em!
Your Correidale is so pretty. Very consistent. I envy that.
jelly bellys all around in celebration of v’s birthday! whoo hoo!
Happy birthday, Virginia!
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