Oh No You Didn’t

 

I bet y'all thought I forgot about that magazine thing, huh?

Nah, I didn't. I just gots lots going on is all. Getting ready for an incoming group of scholars has been busy as all get out. But I'm definitely having a good time with that.

I also have a little tuft left for my first spin on my Moosie.

Honestly, I take this sweetie out every time I have to wait somewhere…and it seems like every time I do, it speeds up whatever I'm waiting on. Weird. I go to Capriotti's to spin while they're fixing my sammich (aka sandwich), and somehow they have it down to five minutes now. Wha-? It used to be fifteen to twenty minutes, at least. And it has been that way everywhere. I'm going to have to find some new time-wasting places. These guys obviously know my sammich too well!

Meh. It's still pretty though. :)

Well, let's see who the winner is, shall we?

Number 7 = Julia M. Congrats!!

Comments

  1. This yarn is so gorgeous! I am too plain lazy to spin on a spindle (and I hate it, when I drop it ;-) ) but I do envy people like you who are master spindle spinners.

    • Thanks Monika! Definitely not a master yet. But, I’m working on it…sort of. Okay, I’m just having fun right now. LOL! But, I figure, one day, I will get super serious and just get all scientific about it and kick booty on every spinning device ever made!! Then, I will wake up and randomly pick a fiber and spin it up just like usual. ;)

  2. ?!?!?!? CLONK. That’s what my jaw did just now … Dropped on the floor. WOO-HOO!!!! :D :D :D

    That fibre is so beautiful! The colours are simply amazing – it’s a miracle that you don’t have to wait forever for your sammich, because they guys there are too mesmerised watching this being turned into yarn! :mrgreen:

  3. Congrats! That fiber is beautiful! I’d be mesmerized and forget all about your sammich (I actually work at a sub shop lol)

  4. oooh, it is so pretty! I love it and would bring it everywhere, too.

  5. OH that is the most beautiful yarn ever!!! It looks like pink spun hair. I love pink. I saw a bubble gum pink PT Crusier for sale the other day. I had been wanting a crusier until I found out they are v4’s and not very good cars. Not sure I could drive a bright pink car though.

    • Pink has definitely grown on me over the years. I use it as a means to instant femininity…at least visually. :)

      I actually just traded in a cruiser. And you’re right. They have no power. But, I liked all of the cargo space I could use in the back for transporting things. Like spinning wheels! I never used the trunk space in the intrepid I had before it (sedan). Too much bending over and reaching and stretching…With a little crossover type car, all of that is pretty much eliminated. I have a rogue now. I don’t think I will go back to sedans.

  6. Man, I need to get me a project like that!

  7. Just love that colour…I’ve spun with a spindle in the past but seem hooked on my wheels now. Very nice to have met you.

    • I go back and forth. Not sure exactly why…But I think it has something to do with how portable and beautiful a spindle is, and yet, how nice it is to sit at a wheel and just spin on dreamily, rarely having to stop to wind on or anything. Both modes appeal to me.

      And you as well. :)

  8. Lovely fiber! What is it and where can I find some….?

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