Of knitting content, first, here's the doily I'm working on:
Next, these are two hats I made for Caps for A Cure. I worked on both of them while we were in Idaho, and I really like the one on the right. The one on the left is just a plain stockinette hat, but I put some purl ridges on the one on the right. The yarn for both is Caron Simply Soft, which is great for chemo caps.
And here's the yarn I picked up while we were in Idaho:
It's Wildfoote Handpaints, and the two skeins I got are going to be socks. What's on the needles in this picture has been ripped out as it was way too big even for my huge feet. I'm working two at once using the magic loop method, which I love.
I haven't been doing any spinning because I'm out of fiber for the moment. I played with some Ramboillet I got from Lowder Colors Farms, a place near Tulsa. I actually still do have a little left, but I'm hoarding it for when I simply MUST spin. Does anyone else have those moments, when you want to do one thing and nothing else will do? They don't hit me that often, but when they do I tend to be restless until I satisfy them.
Our weather this weekend was absolutely fabulous, as you can see here:
The weather right this minute is 42 degrees F, but according to the Weather Channel.com it feels like 35 degrees. COLD!!! The weather around here sure is interesting.