Sep 16, 2008

Tales From the Fiber Stash and a Little Hand Spinning

More spinning fluff and stuff, people...that means I have to work for my required daily allowance of being a lap dog. I've found a spot on the bed and settled in for a long afternoon...there's more fuzz in baggies than I have on my whole body!

Bundlaflicka Tweed in purple.

Something Red, from Carolina Homespun (a gift from the Wild Tomato!), on a Zebisis Designs spindle.

Old Country Roses, from Butterfly Girl Designs.

She Sells Sea Shells, from Enchanted Knoll Farm

Romney Blend "Hold You in My Dreams", from The Knotty Sheep


aighmeigh said...

Beautiful doggie, gorgeous colors!!

Years ago I used to knit a lot but haven't had time since having a baby... I keep telling myself I'm going to learn to crochet... I think that much of the attraction is how beautiful the yarn is!! Very cool that you spin your own! :)

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

I am well into my new knitting class now and having so much fun. Your site is such a inspiration, I do love stopping by here. And those socks look so comfortable and pretty. Something for me to work towards!

Pondside said...

Yummie colours and gorgeous socks (on your last post!)They look like just the thing for a cozy winter evening with a good book!

Margaret Cloud said...

Hi Kathleen, I just love that dog, I like the colors of purple, my favorite color is pastel purple. Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my blog.

Iron Needles said...

Your puppy's eyes are most compelling!

The 'loops of magickness' is my corny reference to knitting socks by the magic loop method on a long circ instead of with dpns!

Maggie's Farm said...

What fantastic pictures of roving you come up with! Soooo lovely!

CAMILLA said...

Gorgeous colours of the yarns Kat, especially love the purple wool.