My Saturdays, and sometimes Friday nights, are filled with soccer. The good news is there is a lot of potential time for spinning and knitting. The bad news is that this fall is too HOT to spin or knit wool most of the time, and the seven-eight year old team is too exciting to miss any of to count stitches or wind-on. Dilemmas.
Yesterday was another photo shoot with some new pictures of old stuff, plus a couple of new scarves.
Here are a few hats when I was still doing a twisted knit stitch all the time (for some reason when I took up knitting again after a seven year hiatus I was a stitch twisting mo-fo).
Chicky in a hat designed by the local yarn-shop goddess Margaret Urban.
Chicky again in a fuzzy hat and eyelash yarn scarf.
Angela is modeling a scarf made from Rowan Kidsilk Haze and Manos del Uruguay.
And Morgan in his new scarf made from yarn I dyed and spun on my drop spindle.
Now, I'm off to finish spinning some purple roving and ply it with two other purples that are patiently waiting for some of my time.