I decided last week to knit a lace shawl. Because, you know, quarantine! Here are the things I’m learning in the process: 1) I must not wait until the end of an entire repeat to count my stitches. Having to … Continue reading →
I am knitting a shawl for my sister out of some of my fractal-spun yarn. This is the teal and rust yarn that I spun last summer, described in post One Fractal Down, on to the Next (This would be … Continue reading →
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The Southeastern Animal Fiber Fair was last weekend, and as always it was an overwhelming experience. The main vendor area is a giant room with over 400 booths FULL of fiber, yarn, equipment, finished garments, and more. Like any show, … Continue reading →
I have finished the sweater I created from the Mountain Sapphires Art Batts! I’m just taking a moment to bask in that…. It’s so beautiful. It fits. The colors are sweet. It’s warm and not scratchy. This is the fiber … Continue reading →
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Tagged Knitting, Spinning
I’ve neglected you terribly. My last post about spinning was when I started the Crosspatch Creations Art Batts back in April. As I spun that gorgeous fiber, I realized that it deserved to become something that I could wear and … Continue reading →