Sunday, July 26, 2009


It's still daylight here in the west coast but the last of the Icelandic has been spun and plied. It will rest tonight as will my fingers. The roving escaped another mauling from the cats so I didn't have bits and pieces. There's a fair bit of vegetable matter I didn't get out but I did get quite a bit removed. These will be added to the other five skeins of spun Icelandic. I found a big ball of Shetland/alpaca blend in a beige that will work well for a contrast pattern for the yoke of the jacket I want to make from this yarn.

Now to finish a sock for Sock Summit 09. It's less than 2 weeks away. Whoo!


vtknitboy said...

looks fabulous! can't wait to see the coat! should be very warm.

(just-in-case-melissa from vtknitcamp! i've been trying to contact u via twitter. i'm vtknitboy there, and on ravelry)

Sharon Rose said...

Yay!! Sock Summit!!! We absolutely have to meet up. It's been AGES since I've seen you. Moving back to PDX next March!!! I still remember meeting you trying to spindle under that tent. :)

Needlegrrl on the Rav!

Jennie said...

Congrats on finishing!