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Weekend Companions

I had a lot of time to myself this weekend since Dale was either at a reenactment or working for most of the time. However, while I may have been by on my own, I was not alone. I had companions of the fiber-y sort.

Moth, Toasty Toes Socks & Merino Spinning

You want details, don’t you?


Moth: Row 25 of the Twin Leaf Pattern Completed

Toasty Toes: Sock 2 nearly complete

Blue Sky Merino: Singles Spun

Blue Sky Yarn: 2 skeins finished

Nothing completed but everything worked on a bit. All in all, not a bad weekend.

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  1. You got a lot done! The shawl is really pretty. I haven’t tried lace yet but I’m looking forward to it after I’ve finished my magic loop socks, my baby sweater and a pillow cover for Brie.

  2. You sneaky bitch, you got ahead of me! It’s back on now, I’m going to finish this Moth before someone dammit!

    And the spinning looks wonderful.

  3. Oooh – Cheryl called you a sneaky bitch! Them’s fighting words. All your work looks wonderful, as usual – I am particularly fond of the blue sky merino – thats what you were spinning at Parker River, no?

  4. Heh, heh! We are living parallel lives halfway across the country from each other. I too spun, knit on TT socks and Moth this weekend!

  5. Hard to pick a favorite. Lovely spinning. And, of course, your usual beautiful knitting. I keep thinking of your LeafLace, as I knit slowly on mine.

    What a great weekend!

  6. Everything is yummy; the moth is going to turn into one of your most-worns, I’m thinking. The spinning has wonderful potential, the colors are so peaceful.

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