It's hard to show just how lovely this yarn is but I'll try, I have to keep stopping knitting to rub it against my cheek!
So apart from the woolganic longies, I'm finishing off some well overdue "giraffe" longies in 4BF and I've just past the arm sectioning in my something brown. I'll post some pics soon but I'm not sure how much more of them will get done (apart from the woolganic longies) as we were just given a spinning wheel! (can you say excited!)
It's a Rappard weepenny from what I can tell online (the photo is from NZ Spinning Wheels as mine looked awful) I've been having a play with it tonight(thanks to this great site that has videos on how to spin) and I've managed to spin a 5gm mini skien. I 'm quite proud of it even if it did take me half an hour to do.
and a quick note- I'll be popping a few yarns up tomorrow night with Elissa, including the "tree of life" auction. I decided to go with the less is more idea and leave the tree without grass, hopefully it doesn't look too freaky. Previews should go up during the day but it might not be until the afternoon. Tomorrow my baby turns one, goodness this last year has flown by. This time last year was my last night as a mama of one, the next morning the contractions picked up. I managed to get to the post office and post of a cutsomer's parcel before heading off to the birth centre (see that's dedication for you! :D ) . Angus was born at 4.40 that afternoon into the water with the lovely Elissa as doula. Kind of sad that he will most probably be my last child and has grown up so very quickly but I'm looking forward to seeing him blossoming