Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Yarn Along



It's been a whirlwind of fiber lately. I kinda want to work on everything. So I am. 

I'm spinning up some alpaca/wool for the Game of Thrones Mystery KAL that starts this weekend.  I should be done with the first half tonight.  I want to make sure I have enough before I spin the whole pound this time.  

My sock mojo has returned and I'm working on my second Atlantic Current sock. I'm so anxious to get these done because I have some beautiful sock yarn waiting for me when I'm done. 


I'm reading The Photographers Guide to Nikon 1. It's a manual with tips and tricks. With the extra pictures I'm taking for work I needed some extra reference.  

So how's life in fiber land?  Please share over at Ginny's

18 comments:

elizabeth said...

nice!!! lovely socks and fun spinning! Enjoy!

Tracey ~ Clover said...

I bet your home is wonderful with all the fiber fumes floating around.
Your book sounds like something I need to read. I hope one day to take photos in manual just by instinct, right now it takes me forever to take just one photo because I have to run each step over in my head.

Lisa @ HappyinDoleValley said...

One of these days I, too, will be reading a similar "book" but for now, I'm trying to be content with the camera I have and being sure I'm using all its functions properly. I'm hoping that maybe for my b-day later this fall that I'll get a new camera...a girl can hope, right? Happy spinning, Donna. :)
xo Lisa

Gale NoName said...

How do you like that camera Donna?

Sarah said...

Pretty pretty! I have had such fun the past few years shooting in manual and slowly reading a book Ginny actually recommended. My pictures still arent great but I can see improvements!

Natalie Buehler said...

I am loving the colours of your sock yarn and look forward to seeing the completed pair. Ooh your Mystery KAL sounds like it will be interesting, do you know what piece of clothing you will be making?
x

jsoxford.net said...

Lovely sock colour! I'd love to learn to spin. :) Mystery knits seem so interesting! :D

fjord girl said...

Loving the colorway on those socks :)

Heather said...

I love working on everything! Your sock colors are so pretty!

Wendy said...

I know what you mean - I just want to work on everything too! If only we had an extra pair or two of hands. Great socks!

Desiree said...

Lovely sock. Good luck with the photographs!

karen said...

I'm like you, I want to do a million things and keep starting stuff. That makes me happy! Glad that you are back to sock knitting :)

Alisa Schenck said...

such lovely projects!!!I would have loved to catch up with you at Connecticut sheep and Wool!! Maybe next year!!

Laura Smith said...

Such a pretty gray fiber! I love solids that have different tones. Should make a lovely yarn!

Evelyn Hender said...

Nice sock yarn :) yay for sock knitting mojo returning lol

erica said...

I'm glad you got your sock mojo back...I love the colours you are working with

EMMA said...

Lovely yarn, just cast-on a pair of socks last night my self.

Sarah said...

"It's been a whirlwind of fiber lately. I kinda want to work on everything."
OMG ME TOO EXACTLY!!! I have 3 spinning project going simultaneously in the living room, and I have been working on them all every night!! Thanks to all the spinners and spring demos for the inspiration.

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