Midway through my dinner — a salad comprised of red lettuce, mustard greens, radishes, harukei turnips, tomatoes, avocado and a homemade vinaigrette, I realized (a) that I was eating out of a 2-quart metal mixing bowl and (b) that I hadn’t even considered eating out of a cereal bowl.
Ridiculous — and completely awesome.
Something else completely awesome? This targhee 2-ply:
The actual color is in between: not as pink as the first picture, but more vibrant and shiny than the second. It is amazing what light coming through the window will do to the same bobbin! If I’ve done my math right, we’re looking at 327 yards of 2-ply — no wonder it took almost twice the amount of time I had budgeted for plying this morning!
Time was budgeted because today Boh and I are heading to the north country to stay with my dear friend P. and help out in the land of CSA veggies, piglets, and farmers’ markets. We’d be on the road already if it weren’t for the plying that I absolutely HAD to do this morning — that way, the yarn will be dry by the time we return. (Obsessed? Who, me?)
Baked some muffins for the road, washed and hung the yarn to dry, even vacuumed the spot usually occupied by Boh’s box. Time to hit the road! Have a great weekend.
Nicely done, lady. It’s gorgeous.
Lovely yarn! Ginormous salads are the way to go in the summer. Happy travels!
You are getting so good with the wheel! That yarn is so even, and just lovely!
safe driving. see you soon!
That yarn looks AMAZING, it’s been so cool to see your talent progress and your skills sharpen. The last two batches of handspun look so good. You’ve gotten me interested in CSA’s–I need to look and see if there’s anything like that around me. What kind of muffins are those? Hope you have a wonderful weekend!