Friday, August 09, 2013

Making a dent

Last night I wound off my third skein of Browning 2-ply. As you can see, I still have plenty of roving to spin! But with around 18 ounces of yarn done, I feel like I'm finally making progress. I like making progress.  ;-)

Now I'm back to spinning singles for awhile. I'm still working on the "Bubblegum" wool/alpaca roving with my Olive Aegean spindle, too. I think about knitting often, but the urge to finish these spinning projects is stronger.

Here are photos from the garden taken this morning – some color to balance all that brown!

That's it for today, from . . .


Tombstone Livestock said...

Progress is good. That is a beautiful fleece.

Anonymous said...

It might be brown but it is such a beautiful brown! :D And look at those grapes... and are those squash blossoms? Hey, 18 oz of yarn is nothing to sneeze at! :D
Hugs and enjoy the weekend my dear friend!

Thistle Cove Farm said...

love those bright, BOLD colors and your spinning is very nice, Michelle. hope things are going well on the home stead.

thecrazysheeplady said...

Browning's looking good :-D.