Happy belated Emancipation Day! We celebrated with a Sunday-worthy dinner of roast chicken, rice & peas & cauliflower au gratin. Another touch of home is my bougainvillea. It at least loves this heat.
Teresa may be doubtful about how much post-Tour spinning is happening for her lace yarn. Still spinning and we are at the pretty bit with the purples.
The spindles are ready for winding off, and then I’ll have plying ball the 5th! It’s just a stub of a braid now.
One of our LYSs, Main St. Yarns in Milton is closing. Carolyn hopes to find a purchaser but is busy selling her inventory. One thing has led to another, and I’m back knitting. Another top-down cardigan is on my needles – Boogie’s Tappan Zee Cardigan. This is in the Lavold Silky Wool that I bought for a vest last fall.
It’s been happy knitting but I will admit 2 Things that I do get:
- Royally bad picture of it; and
- The yarn won’t say “sophisticate” any time soon.
Sometimes blocking makes a huge difference. It did for my Fern Gully Hap Shawl that’s been a FO since coughMaycough. The last that you saw of it was in January, here. My how it has grown!
And evened out:
The last of the day lilies from Susie made a grand entrance this week.