not more yarn? I don't see more yarn?
i see saucy market bags, fixation socks, at least two cotton fleece sweaters, not sure about the plymouth cairo, maybe a couple of bags or kid hats?
it's all wool, and except for the burgundy boucle, it's all superwash
Nature wool burgundy boucle from Cleckheaton, an adult sweater? Bright blue Knitaly, a kid's sweater? Bulky navy from lane cervinia called either tollegno or carezza with 180 m, scarf and hat for a conservative nephew at college in a cold place. Phildar superwash lenox 083, the navy may match what I got last time, so definitely enough for ds sweater, or...another kid sweater! I couldn't find prices quickly for the boucle, 083, or cairo, but if they are $5, $5, and $4, then all told, this haul is worth about $330! (not that I'd spend full price on most of this stuff...but how can a person pass it by???)
these were freebies, 35 mm and 50 mm
I balled up the yarn the mouse nibbled on. It was not bad!
One of those strands held the skein, so only lost a few inches. I used those inches in a project (more in a sec), and in mouse traps. A friend told me the very best mouse trap bait she knew of was yarn rubbed in bacon grease. Hasn't caught any yet though.
This is a project still in its development phase. I was inspired by the cashmere cat ball toys I saw at the fiber frolic. I have been collecting this,
mostly zuzu, but a bit of gracie
A prototype out for testing, dog fur dipped in catnip tea, with catnip inside, rolled up until it felted,
they look pretty disgusting! they are at the girls' brother Sid's house, a cat lives there too
nervous...makin' me nervous...
I had intended to post about all the digging and planting I did yesterday. It'll have to wait because there are already a lot of pictures here, but, I found a cow!
toy, we live in an old house
hangin' out with the irish setter we found a couple of years ago, and the last of the peonies
Happy Canada Day!