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I can’t believe it’s already been a week since we spent our last few hours together. It’s so different here and your Daddy and I have been so sad. I guess I knew somewhere in my heart that afternoon that when you didn’t eat your pumpkin seeds and you looked like you were trying so hard to breathe that we probably weren’t going to bring you home when your Daddy said it was time to take you to the vet, but I just didn’t want to believe it.
You were such a brave little girl. It’s been just over a year since I found your third tumor. I really wish we could have asked you if you wanted surgery again but we’re just too dumb to understand more than the basics of Bunny. I wish we spoke your language better. But we just couldn’t see putting you through that for a third time with the chance that it could come back AGAIN. And after we talked to the vet here in February I sometimes wonder if we should have even done the first two. You suffered so much in your short little life. It seems to unfair. And yet you were always so brave and upbeat. The last year we had been expecting the end so many times and you just kept on going. I guess I thought that maybe it didn’t have to end, but of course it does, for everyone.
I’m sorry we weren’t with you when you left but I hope you know that it was the best we could do to minimize your suffering. The vet said after the gas when he tried to give you that last injection the first vein he tried blew up. I’m so glad you didn’t have to feel that but I’m so sorry they wouldn’t let us be with you as you fell asleep. I hope you understand we tried to do the best for you. I really didn’t think you’d like those electric clippers.
We were so worried about leaving you alone last weekend. I hope you know we weren’t trying to rush you, but as best we could tell it was time. When your Daddy cleaned out your cage this week he found very small poops and since you had been gradually eating less and less and had refused your favorite treat we thought that was our cue. We asked the vet but he said giving you more pain killers or starting to use narcotic ones would slow down your GI tract even more. We knew it was just a matter of time.
I found the receipt from your last visit to the vet in February the other day. It was on the 28th. When the vet weighed you last week you’d lost 1/2 a pound since then. When we account for the amazing fiber you were still growing and the tumor, I’m willing to bet it was closer to a whole pound. You’d lost over a 10th of your body weight in the last 6 weeks or so. No matter how many treats we gave you, your body just couldn’t keep up.
I hope you know we tried our very best to do right by you. We tried so hard to get you better sweetie but that damn cancer just wouldn’t go away! We tried to make you as comfortable as we could. But you were breathing so hard in that last week, even when you were just sitting with me in the hallway. You were so brave sweetie. So brave. And I’m so sorry I didn’t spend more time with you in that last week. If I’d only known…
We love you so much. And your legacy is going to go on for a very long time. We gave some of your things to a shelter that has homeless bunnies. I hope they enjoy your food and some of your toys and maybe even like pumpkin seeds as much as you did. I hope they find a Mommy & Daddy that will love them and spoil them as much as we loved and spoiled you. And of course, I have all your beautiful fiber. So much I don’t even know how I’ll use it all. But it doesn’t matter right now. I have your first haircut spun up in a nice little skein I can keep forever and since I knew your last haircut was going to be your last haircut ever since it made you so uncomfortable to do it I put it in a special box and labeled it. I don’t think I’ll ever open that box.
It’s so quiet and empty here without you. When they brought us your body after you had left it I could feel the emptiness of it all the way to my core. Even when we weren’t at home this weekend I could feel how empty it was here. We miss you so much sweetie. We miss your nomming sounds and your bunny flops. We miss you just being here with us.
Thank you for everything you taught us. We were so clueless when we brought you home and you taught us so much. So much about how to be a bunny mom & dad, so much about love, so much about life. Thank you for everything you taught us. I hope you know that we tried our best. We really did. And we loved you more than I can even imagine sometimes. I don’t know if there will be another bunny in our future, but if there is we’ll be so much more well prepared thanks to you.
I’m sure Simba met you when you passed. Tell her we love her and miss her too.
Goodbye my sweet baby girl. Your time here was far too short but will be treasured forever.
Rest in peace.
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… I guess I’d better use this thing! LOL!
Life is trucking on. Since my last post I’ve had a birthday, added 2 more yoga classes to my teaching schedule, lost one and we’ve changed our minds about our future car buying at least three times. There’s nothing quite like making a decision about something only to get an email the VERY next morning that turns that decision on its head! The universe has an interesting sense of humor sometimes so we take a deep breath and roll with it as best we can.
So since you probably came here for fiber related stuff, and all my current knitting is not ready for public consumption, here’s a better-late-than-never showing of the Christmas knitting I did.
My “boss” at the yoga studio is a Hello Kitty fanatic so I dyed up a special “Hi Kitty” colorway for her on superwash merino:
Spun it up:
And knit a quick cowl:
She’s a fan of scarves and neck coverings of various types so it was well received.
Next up was a hat for my grandpa:
It was a last second thought as we had other gifts for him. The strokes he had required draining through surgery to open up his skull in multiple places so I thought a nice soft and warm hat would be welcome to protect him while he was healing. Sadly, he never got to open any of his gifts but this one went in the casket with him.
I also decided to make a hat for my Dad. He likes to be outdoors quite a bit, even in the colder months, so I wanted something heavy and warm that would protect his ears well with an extra layer. Both of these hats loosely followed this pattern and this one was made from leftover handspun from this sweater.
Long time readers may remember that the yarn for that sweater was three ply and the sweater itself weighs about a million pounds so you won’t be surprised to know the hat was definitely heavy and warm. Also a little on the big side but not unwearable at least. I swear I need all my family members to send me measurements for anything that can be covered in knitting…
After finally finishing the socks that were supposed to be a present for Christmas 2011 for my Mom (oye!) I decided on something totally different for her.
These mitts were knit without a pattern and without yarn! I used a technique that I believe the Yarn Harlot made popular recently but only really finally became clear to me when I saw it on the Round the Twist video podcast. Silk hankies (or bells in my case) are separated and drafted into “yarn” without spinning first and knit up into mitts or mittens or probably just about anything else you can imagine. It was fun and interesting and something that I really enjoyed and I hope to do again in the future. I’d encourage you to give it a try if you haven’t done so yet. It’s quite fun!
The final Christmas project was for HWJF and was a complete case of momentary insanity. I saw this pattern posted by someone else on plurk, added it to my wishlist on Ravelry and was literally gifted with it in less than 24 hours. I thought that could only be a sign that HWJF MUST have one and so I set to work knitting it up while he wasn’t home in less than three days. It was impossible to wash and block it without him seeing it so I gave it to him first and blocked it afterward. The miracle of the season was that it actually fit just about perfectly and he loved it!
I still haven’t managed to get a picture of him wearing it himself. At some point I’m going to make another one in the reverse of the colors so I can have one because we are giant dorks like that.
So that was Christmas. I have a few other projects to share since then so just maybe I’ll get back here to post before another month goes by. For now I leave you with bunny cuteness:
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I’ve thought about coming back to the blog off and on for some time now but I just couldn’t seem to find it in me to put something above my last post. I guess I just needed time.
Life marches on of course and I’ve been doing my best to march along with it. I’ve been teaching yoga and doing a little bit of dyeing (mostly for the fiber club) and quite a bit of crocheting. Yes I said crocheting! If you’ve been reading this blog for a long time you might remember that I used to do quite a bit of it back in the day. I’ve gotten away from it for quite some time but I’ve been inspired to get back to it by the thoughtful people at Heartmade Blessings.
I was a member of the group back in my early days of grad school and the early days of this blog but knitting became more interesting and natural fibers called my name and I got away from it. Before I did my Mom joined and she’s been a regular member ever since. When my grandfather became ill she requested a ‘ghan for him. Unfortunately he didn’t live long enough to see it and the group instead gave it to my aunt and made 2 more ghans, one for my Dad and one for his other sister. I made a square for each of them but that just didn’t seem to be enough so I made a goal of making enough squares to “make up” for each of the afghans given to my family and one more since I ended up requesting one for a friend’s son (you know who you are).
So I’ve been making granny squares like a possessed person and thanks to the help of some friends on Plurk I have more than reached my goal of 48 squares. And I intend to keep going. Making these squares has been soothing to me in a way that stockinette knitting usually is for me. And the idea that they may bring comfort to someone else, even if the yarn I have to use is not my favorite, is something I feel is very much worth my time and energy at the moment.
If you have some Red Heart type acrylic yarn in your stash that you don’t want any more, let me know. I can put it to good use.
And so I’m moving forward. One step at a time, one day at a time. So is Stitches. So is her tumor. I fear we may not have much longer with her but we made sure to celebrate her birthday with a big cake on the 7th. If 8+ min. of bunny munching good time sounds like fun to you, you can watch the video here.
Maybe next time I’ll show you all the things I made for Christmas gifts.
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It’s been brought to my attention that if you don’t follow me on twitter or plurk I’ve kind of left you hanging about Stitches. Sorry about that! Life has been, in a word, CRAZY around here and I just haven’t been able to get to the blog. So! Short story – she’s fine!
On the 7th we had a little “birthday cake” for our little girl. If you’ve got 10 min. and nothing better to do with it you can go here to watch the festivities (there’s also a part 2 which starts later and ends at the end if that makes sense). She’s not too spoiled, is she? She apparently loved her shredded carrots enough to wear them too.
She had her surgery a week later and all went well. They hope to have gotten it all this time and she was in such good shape she even came home the same day!
I knit a pair of mittens in the meantime.
Pattern: Norwegian Mittens from Elizabeth Zimmermann’s Knitting Around
Yarn: Cascade 220
Needles: size 5
Knit: 1.30.11 – 2.6.11
I’m a total heretic because I haven’t even been bothered enough to block these or get a decent picture of them but I’ve already been wearing them for weeks! They’re nice and warm. I finished them during our annual super bowl party in CT and immediately wore them home. Sooner or later they’ll have to see some water. They do match my winter coat nicely though.
And I pretty much haven’t knit a thing since I’ve finished them. The mojo is apparently on winter break without me while I’m dealing with some major dental work issues on top of everything else. Oye!
And just in case you haven’t gotten enough bunny news, Stitches had her ears and bangs trimmed up recently.
I think she looks like the Easter bunny now instead of an angora! Oh well. As her daddy would say “Your holiday is coming!!!”
Lots more soon. I promise!
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Thank you to any and all of you that responded to the call put up by my last post. I’m happy to report that enough money was raised for Michelle to move and start over and that is a very good thing. There are some things that are so much more important than knitting and taking care of one of our own is definitely at the top of the list. So thank you.
My world has been very busy and crazy lately which is keeping me away from the blog more than I would like, but sometimes this is the way life goes. There are big changes ahead, and I hope to be able to share them with you very soon. For now, know that we are fine and just trying to sort our way through each day.
In the meantime, what I can tell you is that our sweet little bunny Stitches will be going in for surgery to remove her latest tumor on Feb. 14th. It continues to grow and the alternative to surgery is not one that we think is in her best interest at the moment, so we’re giving surgery one more shot. If you could send her some love that day, a day that should be full of love, we’d all be very grateful. I’m praying that this will be the end of cancer for my sweet little girl who turns three on Monday.
In other news, as you may have heard, we’ve been getting quite a bit of “weather” in the northeast lately.
We’ve been in various parts of NJ for about 5 years and this is the most snow we’ve ever had. For reference, I’m nearly 6 feet tall and that pile was darn near taller than me. We’ve had some freezing rain and such since then so the piles are lower, but it’s really getting to the point that I have no idea where we’re going to put it if we get much more without some good melting. And it’s only the beginning of February! Crazy!! I’m just glad that I’m able to help more with it this year than I was last year. I’m also happy to report that something I was deathly afraid of last year, falling, has already been accomplished once this year with no harmful effects other than a few days of soreness.
It seems that when the weather is at its worst, I turn to playing with color to brighten my world. The dyepots have been busy lately!
And since February is a hard month for many of us, Zarzuela’s Fibers is having a CONTEST!!!
February is a month of love so let me hear your favorite love story! It can be yours, it can be someone else’s, it can be real or fiction. Doesn’t matter! Write it up and post it in the Zarzuela’s Fibers Ravelry group in the “Share The Love contest” thread. Each story posted will receive an entry into the contest and the winner (chosen at random) will get 8 oz. of fiber dyed in the colorway of their choice! One entry per person please!
As an additional bonus, if you help me spread the word you can be entered in an additional contest to receive free shipping on your next order! Post about the contest on Twitter, Facebook, Plurk, Ravelry or your blog, make sure I see the post (email me at Zarzuelasfibers [at] gmail with a direct link if you don’t think I saw it) and you’ll have a chance to win for each posting! It’s that easy!
Contest ends Feb. 14th (of course!)
Winners announced on Feb. 15th.
Good luck! And make sure you Share the Love!!
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So I’ve been a little busy.
Unfortunately for the regular updating of this blog, most of what’s been going on has had little to do with yarn or fiber.
That doesn’t make for great blog fodder.
So to sort of quickly recap since the last post:
I had another birthday. It was a very nice one. HWJF went to yoga with me in the morning, then treated me to crepes for breakfast. We spent some time in the afternoon on wedding planning and then while he went to work for a few hours I got my very first pedicure (love!) and went to a teacher training class where I was showered with gifts and food. Good stuff!
I had what was my last yoga teacher training before my big exam next month. It’s really hard to believe that this experience is rapidly coming to an end. I sort of feel like I’m hanging on for dear life while at the same time wanting to go farther forward. I haven’t talked about this experience much here mostly because I find it really difficult to put into words. I had even started another blog with the idea that I would journal my experiences there, but until recently, I really haven’t been able to express the transformation and what’s been going on in my mind very well. And when I feel the need to put things in words, it feels a little too close to put on the internet, so I’m using a lovely journal that one of my fellow trainees gave me as a gift. There will certainly be more about yoga on here as things progress I’m sure, but for now just know that I’m very deeply immersed and much of my concentration is going to that.
And when I’m not focusing on yoga it seems to be all about the wedding. Last weekend was a huge planning weekend for us where we had our flower trial, our tasting, finished our registry, figured out the hair/makeup situation and ordered our invitations! I’ve also finally settled on dresses for my bridesmaids and started making decisions I didn’t even know I had to make. Talk about a transformation! I’ve gone from “person getting married” to “person that must make approximately forty billion decisions about things I didn’t even know I cared about while trying to harmonize what I want with what the person I’m planning to marry wants and also what the people who are paying for this whole shindig want”. Fun?!? I’m not sure sometimes, but we’re getting our pumpkin flavored wedding cake and that makes me SO happy! And check out the flower arrangements!
These make me very happy too.
I’ve also, oddly enough for me, been doing a lot of reading lately. I’m usually not much for books, which is always a bit hysterical when someone finds out I’m a librarian and asks me for a book recommendation. I usually answer “I’m a music librarian. I don’t read books!” which is only partially true. So in a rare moment of book interest, allow me to recommend two books:
Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
I know it’s been all “Oprah-fied” and that gave me my doubts, but she had an article in the recent issue of Yoga Journal that made me seek out her book. And the book was one I could barely put down. I really identified with her relationship crisis and found myself wishing I had had the awareness or ability to do what she did for a year, but obviously that wasn’t my path. The only not good thing about this book? Her descriptions of deep meditation I found completely frightening. But that’s my own hang up. Your mileage may vary, but it’s a great read to me.
You Can Heal Your Life by Louise L. Hay
Now this one is really interesting. It’s in some ways a very typical self help book, but I think her approach is very different. The basic premise is that how we think determines how our lives run and how we feel. Experiencing knee pain? She tells you that this comes from a reluctance to step into your future and gives affirmations for helping your pain heal. Interesting eh? I had a couple of serious “Ah hah!” moments with this one.
I’ve also been thinking about food a lot since our last training weekend (one of the topics for the weekend was Yogic diet so I’m not surprised) and have been reading a couple of Ayurveda books. I’m also just starting The Omnivore’s Dilemma by Michale Pollan which is already proving very interesting. I’ll have to let y’all know how that goes.
Despite all that, there is a tiny bit of fiber progress. The wedding shawl yarn has been wound and is really to go in the mail to Our Cookie for knitting once I get off my butt and mail it. Of course I don’t have pictures of it in the ball but I do in the skein!
And the first of the two shawls for my bridesmaids is progressing nicely, albiet very slowly. This is actually a very old photo at this point, but it gives you an idea of the color at least:
Wollmeise in Blue Curacao. Appropriate on so many levels.
So that’s the story from here. I’d promise another blog post in short order but y’all would know that would ensure that it would be another month. Rest assured that I’ll be alternating my concentration between yoga and wedding stuff with some fiber thrown in here and there. This weekend is already going to be a busy one with a harmonium workshop in NYC on Saturday and a chair yoga workshop in Westchester on Sunday. Not to mention there is a certain bunny that needs a haircut…
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It’s just not worth it. You all know how it is.
Since my last blog post I -
- Had another teacher training weekend which involved actually teaching a 20 min. flow for the first time. That went much better than I expected. I almost feel like I could actually do this at some point. We also had our prenatal day which was rather challenging for my delicate psyche. I had to do yoga for an hour with a pillow strapped to my gut. If that wasn’t weird enough we then had to do a mediation which involved imagining being in the middle of an ocean and unable to see the shore. Those that know me know that I wouldn’t call that relaxing. Chest pains ensued, but I managed to survive. All in all though, a really interesting weekend.
- Then proceeded to come down with some weird 3 day stomach thing. Not fun.
- Managed to get through the week and a couple of yoga classes. Then had to get a certain bunny her well overdue haircut.
We even managed to get done before midnight for once!
- Then it was time for a big weekend in NY. Which started with the Subaru not starting. Good times. Luckily we threw everything in my car and still managed to get to our appointment with a wedding photographer in time. Also luckily, since several people don’t seem to be capable of returning an e-mail or a phone call, we liked him enough to book him.
- Went to the jeweler to pick up new sparkly things. More on that another time.
- Went to Red Lobster with my folks for my Mom’s birthday. Happy Birthday Mom!! Finally was able to give my Mom this:
Isn’t it beautiful?! Made especially for my Mom by the ever fantastic Opal over at Opalescentjewels. Go get yourself or someone you love some pretties for the holidays!!
- Got decorations from my parents and acquired Christmas tree that has yet to make its way into the house. I may have upwards of 12 people here for Christmas dinner. I’ve never put up a tree without my parents. This should be interesting.
- Drove back to NJ (or should I say, HWJF drove us back to NJ) in an ice/freezing rain/sleet/snow/godknowswhat storm. It usually takes us 1.5 hrs. to get back from my parent’s house. It took us 4 yesterday. Good times. NOT!
- And oh yeah, lots of knitting!!! Some FO’s will have to wait but here are a couple that I can share..
Grandpa’s Christmas Socks 2009
Pattern: 3×1 rib
Yarn: Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Sock Multi in Black Watch
Needles: size 1
Simple ribbed socks for my Grandpa. I hope they keep him warm this winter.
Un-purled Cables Cowl
Pattern: Un-purled Cables
Yarn: Baby Alpaca Grande
Needles: Size 11
A one day quicky cowl! Gotta love that when it comes to gift knitting. Hopefully a co-worker of mine will love it too.
Pattern: Swirl Cowl
Yarn: Plymouth Suri Merino
Needles: size 7
Another quick knit for a co-worker gift. I really liked this yarn. The blend of merino and alpaca gives it a nice hand that I think will make a very cozy and warm cowl.
I have one more Christmas gift I’m desperately trying to finish in the next day or two. Wish me luck since it really needs to go in the mail soon!
And now I fear, dear reader that if I do not step away from the computer and start thinking about bed, the time will slip me by and getting up tomorrow will be all the more difficult. Now that the car is fixed ($300 later. Oye.) things this week are looking up a bit but are still busier than heck. I’m trying not to think about everything that needs to be done when it comes to cleaning, decorating, teacher training, an actual paying gig on the bassoon and the regular day job and…
Oh wait. I’m not thinking about that!
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I had a little flashback last night. Do y’all remember this?
Well since Cookie had a dream about her Stitches wanted to say Hai! So I took these:
Little bit of a difference, eh?!
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HWJF and I randomly shout this around the house when we’re being asked to do something by the other and are otherwise occupied. I’ll let you imagine what that really means.
Anyway, I’ve been beyond busy lately! There’s still much to do and much going on and not a lot of time, but let’s try to play catch up, shall we?
I spent most of this past Saturday working hard in the dye studio (a.k.a. basement) with the extremely gracious help of Sairy doing this:
I’ve been asked to send some of my stuff to Sock Summit and am desperately trying to get everything to go in the mail by Monday! You’ll be able to find some of these pretties in booth 808 with Knit a Bit. I’ll have my merino/tencel base as well as a new 100% merino base and a new superwash/nylon base available. Anything that doesn’t sell and/or I decide not to send will end up in the shop sooner or later, so don’t feel left out if you can’t go.
Also related to shop talk, I finished HWJF’s latest pair of socks!
I dyed the BFL fiber so that one bobbin was a solid color and the other contained complementary colors to create the stripes. The socks themselves were knit in my standard toe up heel flap pattern with a loose bind off and no ribbing at the top so they would curl down and give a nice finished edge. If you like how these came out and would like to spin something similar for yourself or someone you love, keep an eye on the shop! I’ll be posting fiber dyed in a similar way very soon.
And speaking of spinning, I finally have a finished yarn for this year’s TdF!
This is the final product of the batts that I carded up using my Cloudy Day colorway and a crapload of angora from Stitches. I spun it all on to one bobbin and then plied from a center pull ball. Sairy got to see both the correct and not so correct way to do that (there was yarn barf and scissors. Not. Good.). It worked out to be about 200 yards and will hopefully be enough for a Quant for the spinalong. It is soft and squishy and I think I’ll have very toasty ears this winter if I can get the knitting done!
And just because I finally got it uploaded here’s a pic of the little fluffy one on my lap when I came home from the hospital in May.
In other sort of unrelated news I wanted to share with you all some other exciting stuff that’s been going on in my world. After a long time of thinking about it, I applied for Yoga Teacher Training and was accepted! I’m very excited about this new path in my life and while this isn’t a yoga blog and I certainly don’t plan on turning it into one, I expect I’ll be sharing a bit about that experience with y’all from time to time. My classes begin on September 11th (an auspicious day for a new beginning) and run until next June. In addition to that I received my level I Reiki attunement this past Sunday. It was an amazing experience and I’m starting to feel the effects more with each passing day. I’m hoping to complete level II before my teacher training starts as I think the two will complement each other well.
So that’s what I’ve been up to! Hope to have more spinning progress to share with you next time! Have a great week!
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Thanks so much for all the kind comments on my little sock pattern. I’ve gotten a lot of nice comments and seen it show up in a few queues in Ravelry and I’m very pleased. If you knit it, please let me know! I would love to showcase your socks here.
So I’ve had a lot going on lately despite the fact that I’m supposed to be “resting” on these days I have off from work. I’m not sure I know the meaning of the word. There’s just too much dyeing and spinning and knitting to do while I have the time!
I don’t seem to be knitting as much as I’d like lately, but then again I also haven’t been on the train as much as I usually would be. My first SOS’09 Leyburn sock is coming along nicely though.
I’m nearly ready to do the ribbing and cast off this one. You’ll also notice that it has a new home. When a deal for SOS members was posted I just couldn’t resist getting myself a Stitched by Jessalu bag. Not my usual colors, but I guess I really needed something bright and happy and this one definitely fit the bill. It’s quite lovely and well made. Thanks Jess!
I’m having a hard time believing that in just a few days it will be July already! Time to get ready for the next installment of the Tour de Fleece!
I joined Team Crankypants because, well… I think I’ve had a reason or two to be cranky lately (don’t even get me started on how I’ve been jerked around at work)!! Zarzuela’s Fibers is also donating a prize.
Speaking of prizes and spinning, you’ve got a few days left to join the next Zarzuela’s Fibers spinalong for a chance to win 6 oz. of custom dyed roving! You might even want to pick up some new fiber for your spinning pleasure.
Any of these 6 oz. quantities of merino tencel would make a lovely Quant or Button-up Neck warmer. Check out the latest issue of Spin-Off to find my inspiration for the spinalong.
As for me, I’ll be spinning up these little beauties for both TdF and the spinalong:
I took 4 oz. of merino that I had dyed in my Cloudy Day colorway and carded it together with a metric buttload of angora (that crazy bunny keeps making it no matter how much I tell her to slow the heck down so I figure I better get to spinning some of it!). The warmth factor went up about 11 million percent! I’m hoping to have enough yarn for a matching set of a Quant and Button-up Neck Warmer, but we’ll have to see how the yarn comes out. Even if I only end up with one of the two I’ll be very cozy come winter!
One last thing before I close for now. If you want to hear me briefly chat about SOS’09 and a couple of other knitting/spinning related topics go check out the latest episode of The High Fiber Diet. I was very flattered when Bams asked me to come on the show to explain what SOS was all about. I think I even managed not to make a total idiot of myself. So go have a listen! It’s a fun podcast and there’s also a fascinating interview with a Michigan shepherd on this show as well.
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