A few weeks ago at the NH Sheep & Wool festival I was on a mission. The only thing on my list of things to purchase was more of the scrumptious cashmere roving that I had purchased there the year before.
Bypassing row after row of beautiful fiber, I went on the search for the vendor who had sold me the cashmere. Imagine my dismay when she was nowhere to be found :(. I was totally bummed out! Once we returned home however, I thankfully found my catalog from the year before and was able to track her down. 4 little bags of roving arrived on my doorstop last week...yay!
Currently I am working on Brambler and am about 1/3 of the way finished. This will be my last scarf for a little while once I finish.
Of all the Little Nothing Scarves, this one is probably the easiest of all. Anyone new to lace and looking for something to learn on...this scarf is it. Very very easy and with the heavier yarn it works up quickly. :-)
I have a few fiber things I want to concentrate on once I am finished with this scarf. I need to finish up a few pair of socks, dig out my sewing machine, catch up on some spinning and then finally I hope to settle back into working on Bee during summer evenings. Bee has been ever patient sitting in my basket and it is time for her to have a little more attention again :-)
I hope by finishing up some loose ends, I can simplify my life a bit. :-)