Handspun wool looks so attractive in skeins, but it's not practical to knit from skeins, so I duly got my skein holder and ball winder out and wound the skeins into balls. Then I went off to drink coffee with my neighbour and give her the packet of wool. Dorie was delighted and immediately started thinking about how she was going to use it. I'll be interested to see what she makes.
I came back with produce from Dorie's garden - grapes, tomatoes and figs. The figs had been prepared for jam making, so I had to get them into the pot as soon as I got home.
Such enticing picture, both of them - the figs in the pot, and especially! - that delicious packet of wool in cellophane. Wonderful.ReplyDelete
The wool looks so Professional, Branded ! Hey, you should design & print out your very own brand tags, Jane !ReplyDelete
I so want to be your neighbor so that you could teach me to spin! That yarn looks luscious!ReplyDelete
Love to see what she makes with the yarnReplyDelete
Ooohhhh, that looks like a hellava good jam!!!ReplyDelete
Soft balls of woll, and dezlicious jam. I'm going to sleep well, tonight and dream sweet derems.ReplyDelete