Thursday, March 15, 2012


This is Mushishi yarn. I was using it make the mushishi wrap. I just didn't like the looks of it, though, and frogged it the other night. This yarn is yummy, I love the colors (thanks, Angela)  and there is over 400 yards of it. It will make a very nice something else. I'm just not sure what yet.

This is my Grafton Batt singles, with the batt below. I have finally started the plying process. I think it will take me a month or so to finish (just because I hate plying so much that I won't get to it often).  The resulting yarn will be a very nice lace weight but it'll take a while to get there. Sigh.

This is my jeweled Cowl. It is on hold but not because I don't like it. I just have too many things going right now and have limited my knitting focus to a few things, trying to get some finished. This will be an awesome warm weather knitting project since it's so small and light, so it went into the postpone pile.
Teeswater locks. I love them and and dying to get to comb and spin them. Time. I need more weekend time.
My mawata mitts are now finished, though I don't have a picture of the completed mittens yet.
My gloves from Carol. One done, ribbing on the second started, but these went into the same postpone pile as the jeweled cowl for the same reason.
Spinning shetland roving on my spindle. I do a bit each night but some nights it's a very little.
Swirl sweater. I have to get to work on this. It's big and will not make a good summer knitting project.
Raw shetland fiber.
Combed shetland fiber. I want to spin this. It's so soft! Need more weekend time .....

1 comment:

EGunn said...

I have a skein of Mushishi, and I feel exactly the same way about it. Love it, want to knit with it, haven't found a project yet. Someday, though. =)

The color on those grafton batts is just amazing. That's one of my favorite blues!