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Thursday, April 28, 2005

Stash Enhancement

I got my order from Knit Happens yesterday and the online store is officially open for business. I got the new Jaeger book for the DK weight yarns (I can't remember the yarn names) and I got the Debbie Bliss Cotton Angora book, which has been out for a while. Also I picked up some Blue Sky Cotton to do this top with. In real life, the pink is softer than the 1980's fluorescent pink you see in the picture. I really like the feel of this yarn and I will probably cast on for the top this weekend. If the weather is warm, I might wear it to the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival next weekend. If its not warm, I don't really know what I'll wear. Decisions, decisions. Caleb is very excited to go to the "Sheep Show." He had a blast last year. My mother in law is coming into town this year to go with us so it should be a lot of fun (of course its going to be fun, there are sheep, wool, yarn, and everything you could ever need for spinning or knitting and even stuff for something called weaving? I don't know, I don't weave, but I do love the little baa baa baas.)

Stay tuned: coming tomorrow...A FINISHED OBJECT! Woo hoo...


Anonymous Jessica said...

I just found your blog on the Spinning Wheel ring - I love the random function! I love finding new blogs that "ring true" - I just sat and read all of your archives. Love your fiber pursuits. Keep plugging on that peacock shawl - It will really be lovely one day. Another spinning wheel ring blogger (chappysmom) is also knitting it - you might like to check her out.

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