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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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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.
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.
Looks like a fun filled weekend to me!
All in all a perfect weekend. It’s about the process and you did that well. In time they will be finished (like next weekend?);-)
Man, I love that sock… Moth is looking FANTASTIC!!!
omg, that spinning is lovely. and your moth shawl is goregous!
Moth aka Big Bad MOFO. And Nyah Nyah Nyah Nyah Nyah I didn’t run out of yarn.
Excellent, I’d say! Love the Blue Sky merino.
I’d say you made really good progress this weekend! The Blue Sky merino is beautiful! Great colors.
Great progress! Moth is lovely. And the spinning looks wonderful.
Your moth looks great! Sounds like a productive weekend!
I love the merino-what a soft and yummy color! Gotta love the comfort of fiber…I was playing with baby cashmerino on sunday.
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?
You’ve been productive…no martini’s?
What yarn did you use for toasty toes?
Sounds like you had a nice relaxing weekend. Love the hand spun!
Well, you have been busy!! And it all looks so darn pretty, too….
Blue Sky merino will make a lovely hat or mittens. Just sayin’.
The shawl is progressing nicely!
Your spinning is lovely, your socks are beautiful and Moth is looking splendiferous :o)
Gorgeous. I didn’t finish anything either, but as Margene would say – it’s the process!
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!
Sounds like a peaceful and pleasureable weekend to me. May you have many such!
ooooh, fibery companions are the best!
That sounds like a great way to spend a weekend!
Gosh, I hate to be repetitive, but that lace is sure lovely!!!!!
What beautiful companions for a weekend! That shawl is going to be gorgeous and I love the color of the socks and the pattern compliments it so well…
Really nice stuff, Carole. You had a gooooood weekend!
ooh, I love that twin leaf bit in the the dark yarn. Dang, you got a lot done this weekend!
You HAVE been busy! LOVE the socks! Sometimes a weekend alone is a GOOD thing 🙂
Eye Candy Monday!
The spinning is SOOOOO beautiful!
I’m in love with your moth, babe!
with companions like these, who needs a SO?
Your Moth looks fantastic! Such nice stitch definition in the leaves. You make me want to knit it over again in Zephyr! 🙂
What a wonderful fiber-y pile of stuff Carole! Did you miss him at all? LOL!
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!
All of it is SO pretty, C! I love the sock. Can you tell I have socks on the brain? 😉
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.
oh my my – that shawl is fabulous! I think that you must have the patience of a saint to knit it,.
As a recent Flower Basket flunk-out, I hate you for that shawl. Love the singles yarn, though!
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