If you find yourself, at 4:30 in the morning, dressed and ready to go to work, sitting on the side of the bed watching the early early early (early) news and spinning silk —
Does that make you hopelessly addicted to spinning?
Just curious. That’s what I was doing at 4:30 this morning.
So . . . I got nothing. Well, not exactly nothing, but not much, either. I’ve had a couple of long days at work so there hasn’t been a whole lotta anything else going on.
Here’s the silk in process of being spun.
You might notice that I’m using Anya to spin the silk, not Sonia. Why? Sonia is in the middle of spinning the rest of my chocolate alpaca.
And here’s the shawl I’m working on.
A bit more progress there. It gets slower and slower as you progress, because the rows get longer and longer. But the yarn is so pretty and feels so wonderful, it’s a pleasure to knit.
And in an effort to distract you from the pathetic lack of content here — something I got in the mail from Master Enabler, L-B:
Oooh! Look! Pretty mohair! Look! (Waving it about as a distraction technique)
Are we going to see it? I’m thinking we’ll wait til it comes out on video.
Is still entranced with her handspun mouse.
One more thing . . .
In the wagering on “when will Wendy buy a spinning wheel?” who had November 17?