I finally show you some handspun, rave about yarn that looks like fresh watermelon (yum!), show another zombie project, and explain why I will be disappearing for the rest of the weekend!
Welcome to Episode 14
Adventures in Stash diving!
Self Striping Watermelon Yarn
Spinning, I’ve finished the Fiber Optic pencil roving. I haven’t picked out what I’m going to spin next yet.
Distant Star Alpaca Sweet Shop Sample
Stitches South is taking place in Atlanta, GA the weekend of April 14-17, 2011.
Connecticut Sheep & Wool Festival
102nd Annual Sheep, Wool & Fiber Festival
Saturday, April 30, 2011
Rain or Shine
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Tolland Agricultural Center
Route 30, Vernon/Rockville, CT
New Knit along in the group, Japanese Garden Shawl, designed by Wendy Johnson.
On the kneedles
Bellona Cowl designed by Didi in Rainy days wooly dogs Gothling’s wicked color
The Forever Green Vest in Rowan’s “Big” Yarn, deep navy blue. Designed by Sarah Hatton.
Mystery sock #2, no longer a mystery! Designed by Wendy Gaal.
Back from the Dead! Zombies
The Haruni Shawl is being picked up and worked on, I’m almost done with Chart A
Been there, did that-finished objects
Antelope Hat using Malabrigo worsted. Designed by Kelly McClure.
Stuff and Junk
I made some stitch markers.
Designer of the Week is Wendy Johnson, aka Wendyknits
There are two KALs using her beautiful Japanese Garden Shawl. One in my group, and one in MommyNeedsYarn’s group. All proceeds from the sale of this shawl are going to the red cross until the end of April!