Thanks for your warm and kind thoughts, and wishes for my bum wing. One day rest did a lot of good, but I'm definitely going to take it easy for a while. At least I was able to lift the right arm by itself, without the help of my left hand. Anyway, don't want to be too whiny! Denny is a lot better too, thanks! He "buried" the same bone several times today, and was very pleased with himself. I can still see it through the window from here. Heh!
There is a spin along/knit along going on in the Nest group on Ravelry. I couldn't say no to it, so I joined in on the fun, grabbed Galactic Melt from my Nestfiberstudio stash, and some red Nestlets, and started spinning for socks. Did I mention the SAL/KAL is called Warm Toes?
Here's the fiber: Galactic Melt on Falkland, 4oz
and some Nestlets on BFL, and variegated BFL (Nestlets are 1oz balls from different colorways coming in one bag between 4-8oz I belief). I've used some of it, and had some red and yellow ones left over in the amount of 1.7oz.
I must admit I love the yarn I made from these:
I spun one skein for each sock, since I wouldn't have had space on the bobbin for 5.7oz in one go.
There's a little bit of yellow sticking out.
Here are both skeins: a total of 556yds, chain plied.
Next time I'll show you the finished socks!
Have a wonderful weekend!
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