Here I am, pretending I don't have a cold, revisiting some yarn I spun last year.
Because looking at pictures of yarn is fun, I'm going to make you reminisce with me.
Friday, June 29, 2007
I've only got one to show off today but I suspect I'll have loads once the Tour de Fleece begins in one week's time (yay!)
This little number here I spun as a gift to my good friend Brooke.
There is natural colored coopworth, hand-dyed green mill ends, mohair curls and recycled sari silk.
This style of yarn is part of a series I keep re-visiting by taking neutral colors and pairing them with shocks of something bright. I've made one blue and one orange previously.
I had the luxury of hand delivering this yarn while on vacation last week during the great NW odyssey adventure I took. That reminds me, Black Sheep Gathering pictures... to come!
Now that I'm writing about it, I admit I'm kinda sad to be back home in the heart of darkness. I miss the good living my friends have worked out in the great NW. The older I get, the more I appreciate the concept of quality of life.
I better start carving out pieces for myself no matter where I am. Fiber Friday is a little taste I get each week. Yum!
The news is out, I am moving to Portland soon. So I guess I am carving out pieces of the good life this year after all!