This is the lovely single of silk that I just finished spinning! It is so soft and I may just keep it as a single.
|There is a lot more here then it appears.|
|Priscilla has the exact face I made. She is laying on it as I am knitting.|
|So, I finished all of my red fibre I was working on. I don't know what possessed|
me to put it back on my high-whorl spindle to store but I did.
|I just love this single!|
|Oooh, soo pretty!|
|This is just pretty and it sparkles slightly.|
|A static laced house plus this silk|
equals one tough spin.
|This Bobble Hat, adapted from a pattern. |
I figured out how to do a seamless decrease and tailored it to fit her head.
|In this one picture is knitting, lace work knitting, |
tunisian crochet (the top and bottom of the picture in the scarf),
filet crochet (the heart), and crochet half-basket weave
(the bottom near the fringe) and fringe. Phew... a lot of techniques.
|This is a one off. You can see the other filet crochet|
that spells "MOM" and that end attached using a mattress
stitch to the knitted scarf.
|The pattern allows the colors of this yarn to really be displayed.|
|Here is all that was in the bag!|
|That is 46% Alpaca, 42% Falkland, 11% Tencel, 1%Angelina|
|100% Corriedale from My Heart Exposed Yarn & Spinning Fibre|
|100% Corriedale from LaalBear|
|AND a 5.5mm Circular needle!!|
|Lots of Artesano Inca Cloud goodness!|
|All of these are natural Alpaca colors! It is what the pattern called for in this case.|
|FYI if you have a business card and I order from you, it will be displayed|
and I keep them all on my cork board. I go back to seller's again and again.
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