Too tired to really feel lyrical or witty or anything that requires too much thinking. So how about some vicarious stash enhancement? Stood in front of an entire wall of Socks that Rock yarn from Blue Moon Fiber Arts and let myself be dazzled by the colors. So I picked this one which is Thistle. Check out what it looks like wound into a cake. (Caution, drooling can short circuit a keyboard.) So I cast on a sock this morning and this is what I've done so far: Now before you continue scrolling if you love natural yarns and have a weak heart, or suffer from incurable jealousy, take whatever medication you need before you look at my Toots Le Blanc treasures: 50% Alpaca/50% Jacob Worsted. Pure heaven. And just in case you aren't convinced: Finally, I'm a huge sucker for reds and this hand dye Mohair and Coopworth Lamb's Wool from RainShadow Farm has just the right red with hints of cranberry. The picture in no way does it justice, so you'll just have to believe me. If you don't hate me--because I bought every skein they had in this dye lot. More next week about the classes and such. Because yes, I actually made it out of the marketplace and went to some wonderful classes.
When the yarn starts to get a mind of its own, then it's time to knit the stash.
Welcome to my blog. My name is Elizabeth, and I've been knitting off and on since I was seven. I come from a long line of knitters, crocheters and quilters and love anything to do with fiber. Since I live in a house filled with male DNA, this is where I get to share my projects and notions.