Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Yarn Along

It's still spinning over here and not so much knitting.


I'm down to the last 2 oz. of fiber and I'm still not sure if I will have enough for the sweater I wanted to make.  


I may need to come up with a plan B.  And that's OK.  I was saving this knit for winter so I have time.

I have been listening to Outlander and am on chapter 7.  I'm really trying but I'm not in love with it yet.  I'm sticking with it though.

Check out Ginny's blog to be inspired by others.

18 comments:

Carole Julius said...

I think the first Outlander takes a while to get into. I didn't listen, though, I read it and I'm not sure if that would make a difference or not.

Tracey ~ Clover said...

As you know I love your yarn and hope you have enough to knit your sweater.

PS- We do need to talk, you talk spinning, I'll talk photography, although I don't really know a whole lot.

flyingjen said...

Gorgeous yarn and it will make a lovely sweater. I know I've read Outlander but I don't remember which book in the series it was. I'm reading Snow and Ashes and it is taking me forever.

October Rose said...

Oh that yarn is gorgeous! I am a little bit in awe of knitters who spin yarn for their projects. :)

mamasmercantile said...

Truly stunning yarn.

Alisa said...

your spinning is amazing!!! I also have been spinning like crazy for the tour....all that finished yarn means more knitting right!!

Erin @ Wild Whispers said...

The colors on those skeins are stunning. Beautiful spinning, friend!

Sarah said...

Oh that spinning is just gorgeous!

Amanda said...

Beautiful yarn! Well done! What pattern did you have in mind? Perhaps a change of pattern will give you the yardage you need.

Amanda said...

Beautiful yarn! Well done! What pattern did you have in mind? Perhaps a change of pattern will give you the yardage you need.

Janet said...

Your yarns are beautiful!

Gracey is not my name.... said...

I like the yarn you have spun so far...the colors will play well together.

Gemma said...

I'd really like to try spinning my own wool but I don't really know where to start, or have any equipment! You've chosen lovely colours, very Autumnal. Hope you can eke out enough wool for your project.

Melissa Marie said...

I have never spun before, but it looks fun. Someday I would love to try out spinning. The color of the wool is beautiful! Happy spinning! :)

debby emadian said...

what amazing yarn the colours are beautiful.

karen said...

Oh I hope you have enough yarn!! Fingers crossed that happens, but I'm sure you'll come up with a back up plan.

Deb Hickman said...

I do wish I could spin when I see gorgeous handspun like yours. Deb x

sally said...

Hello!

Beautiful yarn. I admire spinners enormously! I hope you have enough for your sweater.
Wishing you a good weekend.

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