But, back on track. As we rounded a curve we ran into this fella on his way between ponds hinting the singing frogs.
But, lets back track a bit. I spun a bit this morning.
In fact, I started working on the Kool-Aid dyed roving. So Far, I like it and it's about what I was going for. Now the purple and blue dyed isn't quite what I was hoping for but I'm still hopeful that my "under-the-sea" yarn will look nice. What I'm going to do with nobody truly knows, but it's all about the journey, no? I was thinking about plying the blue and green stuff with the purple and blue stuff, but this morning as my mind wondered as the fiber slipped through the fingers, I thought about taking one of my friends that have offered their loom up for the learning process up on the offer. We'll see when we get there I guess.
And speaking of spinning, I turned this:
|Photo from: http://www.etsy.com/listing/90629620/soft-natural-cleaned-jacob-sheep-fleece|
Into this, as you may recall:
And this, it has started to become this:
|This is going to be the Kimono Shawl form Cheryl Oberle's Folk Shawls Copyright 2000|
PS: I forgot to tell you, I finished the market bags!