1) The green is WotA Forest Heather being made into EZ's modular sweater for Husband.
2) The red is WotA Cranberry being made into socks for Husband.(I really like this red. Want to make something for myself from it but I don't know what.)
3) The multi is a yarn from my LYS called Mini Mochi (sp). This is a toddler hat pattern & sample for the LYS.
Now for the crocheting projects.
1) The crochet trim on the blanket in the back, which is for Baby (aka #8 daughter) was finished last week. YEA!
2) The pale yellow is a baby afghan. The pattern is an original of mine.
3) The beige on the right is some of my first lace spinning being made into a shawl pattern from the Spring 2007 issue of Spin-Off for #2 daughter.
And last, but not least, the spinning projects.
1) The beautiful blue in the back is tussah silk dyed by Chasing Rainbows in the Opal colorway. A freebie with my Minstrel! Destined to be a shawl, of course. A modification of the Bird's Nest Shawl in Cheryl Oberle's Folk Shawls.
2) The gray/plum is BFL from a ewe named Hershy. I bought this at a fiber fair when I still lived in WI. It will be made into a shawl from Nancy Bush's Knitted Lace from Estonia. I left this unspun intentionally until I found the pattern I wanted to knit it into.
3) The blue/lavender mix next to the spindle is being spun on that spindle. It will be knit into a lace scarf for Husband's sister's birthday in January (pattern not decided). This one becomes a knitting project EttR (Exception to the Rule).
Numbers 1 & 2 are being spun on my Minstrel.
So, now that you all know what's supposed to be going on, I can count on you to check up on me, right? I'm looking for my new friends to help me stay on track.
Of course the need to stay on track is so I can reward myself with (justify) the purchase of a (some) Golding spindle(s)!
"May your hands be swift and your mind peaceful." - Evelyn M. Dugger