Me and my big mouth! Come what may, of course! While reassembling my bed, a screw broke inside the wood panel, and it was a vital one, to keep the bed upright. Of course there was no time to get some screws to do emergency surgery on the bed, because of other appointments. It has to wait until later today. I've got to sleep in our guest room. My back did not appreciate it at all. The pups were confused too, strange room new smells. Before we settled in, they kept running over to my bedroom door.
I've spun this fiber back in July. The finished yarn was one of the ones from my last shop update. I REALLY love how this turned out.
The fiber was once again dyed by FatCatKnit's. Ginny is one of my favorite dyers.
This fiber turned into this:
It's 8oz of Falkland, 2-ply yarn, worsted weight, 2 skeins with a total of 247yds.
You can still grab it here.
I've also finished my handspun cowl. The free pattern is by Ami Madison.
I've uses my SAG handspun, superwash BFL. I used 4mm needles, and it took me no time at all to finish it.
I've cast on 110 stitches for the cowl, did three garter ridges, instead of the first YO row, since it was folding up like crazy. I would do even more garter ridges next time. Then I decreased to 100 stitches for the main part, and increased again to 110 stitches for the top, ending with garter ridges.
I had a little left over yarn:
The little skein is nestled in natural white Merino fiber.