There was roving to touch and feel . . . the white is merino wool and feels like you are holding a cloud in your hand . . . the cranberry/green/brown is yak and silk and feels like . . . well it feels like nothing you have touched before!! (So soft!!!)
And still more roving . . .
this one looked like autumn. Nancy joined us and started in with 'autumn' using her drop spindle . . . makes me want to try it again!!
Dinah brought in her skein of yarn that she was spinning last month. It's gorgeous. All I can think of is a field of lavender on a hillside in Scotland . . . with a castle in the background. (I don't even know if lavender grows in Scotland . . . ).
More beautiful colors!
Linda finished a scarf/shawl made of sock yarn.
It's like a sunset . . . reds and a little orange showing too.
Joan finished her ornament and is starting another one.
Marguerite finished her afghan. OMG . . . it makes me want to grab it from her, make a cup of tea and sit down with a book.
Peggy is working on a scarf.
I love Monday nights. A wonderful group of talent and support . . . all under one roof!
Until next time, keep your nose in a book or your fingers in fiber.