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Wednesday, April 12, 2006

More Spinning

I'm still working on the sock knitting bags (next up is figuring out the pockets) so I won't bore you with details. What I do have to show you is singles from the San Clemente roving (from Linden Lane Farm again). This bobbin is half of the singles that I will ply (with the other half of the singles once they're spun) for yarn for ... wait for it....socks! Huge surprise there huh?

Thanks for all of the comments on the needle roll yesterday. I did not use a pattern for it which probably would have made my life easier, but I later remembered that Stitch and Bitch has a needle roll pattern. I just started cutting and sewing (which is why I got the ties in the wrong place) and it worked out pretty well, but I honestly don't remember how I did it.


Anonymous Susan said...

Pattern, schmattern, who needs 'em? There's much more fun in the creation :)

10:33 AM  

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