Like most of the North, this is what I woke up to this morning. Actually, there was more when I first woke up, this is several hours after the sun played peek-a-boo. I'm not ready to deal with the cold this year, not ready for shorter and shorter hours of daylight.
I was a bit quicker and smarter today, and got a picture of the merino/tencel while the sun made a brief appearance. First spool is finished, two more to go. Quarter is added for scale, the single is about the thickness of a 2/20 strand. I've switched back to finishing up the last spool of SW BFL.
Plurk was acting up today every time I tried to bring it up, so I was able to get some dying done. All the 2/20 tencel I skeined over the weekend is dyed and now resting comfortably, curing in there little plastic wrap cocoons. I'm anxiously awaiting til tomorrow to find out how they will turn out.
Dammit caught in the act.
Nom, nom, nom. Mom's craft magz sure are tasty.