Yup, I have been hard at work on the toe cap for my co-worker who has been off work for so long with a broken foot/torn tendon. She looked so pathetic with her blue cast and dirty fake fur pink sock on it. So I rummaged in stash Tuesday evening and found some handspun merino. It is spun from roving I bought from the Stonehedge Fiber Mill at the Charlevoix fiber festival this summer. Lovely peach color and Sandy loves it.
Found a hat in One Skein Wonders called This "n" That Hat that looked interesting, textured and easy to do. I have gotten to the decrease rows and hope to have it done tonight. Pictures will have to wait.
I planned on blogging on this subject tomorrow. But, since Hubby put an ad in the local buyers guide paper for hay for sale--and since that paper comes out tomorrow, I have to stay off the internet. Dial-up you know. So once the hay is sold--4 X 5 foot big bales, stored outside on pallets, grass/clover/alphalfa mix, $35--the I can go back on line and post some pictures.