That’s what I think I am. Here’s my current spinning project, and while I am in absolute love with the colors and how easy it is to spin, I think spinning it thin was a bat sh*t crazy move. When I get all whiney about it, please remind me that this would have made a nice squishy worsted weight yarn.
I’ve got 8 oz of the stuff. (Seriously)
(For all of you non-fiberfiles, I typically spin 4 ounces, which is the average amount of roving one purchases. Unless you are silly like me.)
Thank goodness it’s AllSpunUp, which means amazing color and fabulous fiber, and it’s falkland, which I really like.
In other breaking news, there is a new addition to “La Costa Nostra”!!
Little Kayden entered into this world on Saturday, weighing in at 6 lbs 4 oz, and has been delighting the world ever since. She is an amazing little lady, and of course, I love her already.
And yes, I’ve already knit her something. She didn’t want to pose with the little hat on, so good thing I have a back up!
Yet another version of the Baby Rollin’ Beret! This is such a quick knit and an easy pattern. I cast on for it when momma went into the Hospital, shed a few tears of joy, and knit all of my love into it. ‘Cause that’s what you do when you knit for bebehs! I used some Silky Malabrigo in Cape Cod Grey, on size 4 needles, using instructions the largest size, as this pattern calls for worsted/aran weight yarn.
Ok, well that’s enough unrelated thoughts for one day.
And PS – remember it’s better to compliment someone, rather than to complete someone.