Langley was wonderful, and I actually got quite a bit done-
Three new skeins:
About 5 inches of progress on The Shepherd’s vest:
Found a really cool pattern at Knitty Purls, the local yarn store, and managed to get a start on it-
I also took along a couple of skeins of thick and cushy yarns I’d spun on Hank- thinking I’d do a cowl,,, but the cowl had other plans, and started turning into a poncho. So there you go-
But I’m happy to be back home now with the man and the critters.
It’s the weekend, and the sun is shining.
And I’m hangin’ with my sheeps. 🙂
Have a good week!
Those sheeps look ready to shear again!
yeah, that’s kind of what I’m thinking too. I’m considering shearing a couple of the longer ones in Sept. Not sure yet. Will see how it goes-
You all and your coal black yarn. Beautiful.
Thanks- I love the black too. I think sometimes that I should have gotten Chone’s brother as well. He’s the only little guy I got as a single. And I don’t even know why- I guess I just like odd numbers 🙂
Luv those yarns, especially the black one.
What an amazing view you have Denise. Your full fleeced sheepjes look healthy and happy 🙂
Thanks Jody. It’s beautiful here when the sun is out. We haven’t seen as much of it as we’d like this summer!
Hey Denise. Found out about your blog from Lillian. My gf is a knitter. I live in Burien. It would be great to catch up sometime, lemme know if you are ever southways or up for a visit.
Hey Soph- glad you found the blog! We do go south on occasion. would be cool to get together and catch up sometime. Will email you.