What science branch does this best represent? I’m thinking physics (fusion and lasers and the like). Thoughts?
Testing this headband out. Think I want it a bit thinner. So much more comfy than store bought ones.Any interest in a headband pattern?
Sweater update - working in color #3 on skein of yarn #5. (alternating colors every other row to help blend them. Color #3 is quite a bit brighter, so I’m anxious to see how this turns out.) This won’t be done for the March 4th date for the Green Camel Gathering (my favorite local crafting … Continue reading
Finished a pair of socks (Zauberball) then, started a new pair with the new shop sock yarn. (One needs to show how the yarn knits up, right?) oh, I love this yarn and the Fjord color way. (though I’m going to change the recommended needle size to 1, instead of 2 like manufacturer says.) I think the … Continue reading
Any crafts you all want to try but haven’t yet? (For me it’s sprang. I want to make a cool shopping bag!) What craft do you want to learn?
New in the shop - SOCK YARN (superwash merino/nylon), bulky and worsted yarns (4ply and singles). Polwarth top for spinning/felting. Brand new colorways: Fjord (Nordic Series) and Geology (Science series) (All the new colorways are represented above - but not all the yarn!) There are still a few wood nalbinding needles available too. (More needles … Continue reading
Spun last night for myself: Finn. Amazing for bulky singles. I want to spin more of this! Have you spun Finn wool?
Added a new class to my schedule. March 6, 2016Green Camel Gathering (Tyler, MN) - Beginning Nalbinding. 9am-noon. (Green Camel event page)
With the new yarns coming in, I can’t wait to hit the dyepot!I’m carrying some American grown and made yarns now. (This is something I’ve been working toward. It’s important to me to support the wool industry in my own country.) Also, I’m only carrying one superwash yarn (for socks - obvious reasons) due to … Continue reading Dye week is coming up next week (2/15-2/21)
My sweater is coming along. Look I have the start to sleeves!