Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Yarn Along



My goal was to finish my blue Wizzpopper shawl in time to cast on for a new sweater during the Super Bowl. And I did it. I'm taking another shot at Hiro. I still have my first one on the needles but it wasn't working out well with my hand spun. So when I went to WEBS I found some great yarn in sale and decided I really wanted that sweater. 

Speaking of yarn I ended up dying much more than I needed a couple of weeks ago. I was like a woman possessed. 




I put some of them in my old Etsy shop so please click on over and visit

I'm still reading the Amish Knitting Circle. I'm slow - I know. But hey - I'm reading!

Linking up with Ginny









20 comments:

Darcel {MahoganyWayMama} said...

Oh my...you make some beautiful colored yarn. I'm usually a sucker for pink, but I really like the one called chocolate irish cherry.

Laura at Beehive Rugs said...

Your dyed wool look wonderful! I will have to check out your shop and the book.

Jayne Marti said...

Gorgeous yarn!

Carole Julius said...

I'd be happy to take that bottom one off your hands!

karen said...

slow reading is better than no reading. Love your wizzpopper and can't wait to see it blocked.

Laura Smith said...

Great looking dye work! the purple and green is fab!

Tracey ~ Clover said...

I like the new look of your blog home, very pretty. You are so talented Donna, I love your yarns.

elizabeth said...

that yarn is lovely! yay about your knits and that sweater; I get WEBs emails too; so tempting! :) Have a great day!

willfulmina said...

Yum! That turquoise is amazing!

Kelly Ramstack said...

I can see yarn dyeing as being very addicting. I bought some dyes a few years ago and have yet to try them out. Too many other hobbies!

Jodi said...

Oh the yarns are so pretty! Thanks for stopping by my blog! Have a great day!

Gemma said...

Lovely colours in the yarn you've dyed. This is something I really want to have a go at one day. Whizzpopper - what a great name!!

Erin Kate said...

what an amazing color !!

Jen Letts said...

That bottom rainforest one is amazing! I love the flecks of warmth in it.

kathy b said...

Pretty pretty yarns!
I just finished reading FOOD a Love story by Jim gaffigan I laughed all the way through it

Sarah said...

Oh beautiful!! I love all the colors of that yarn! Yum!

sustainablemum said...

The yarn you have dyed is just gorgeous.

Mama Gone Green said...

Your hand dyed yarn is gorgeous!

sarah said...

I cant wait to see your Hiro, and the colors you chose! I've been wanting to knit myself one ever since i saw the pattern, but only got as far as doing small ones for my nieces.

Plain and Joyful Living said...

Dying yarn is so much fun - your's came out beautiful!

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