What's a knitter to do when she loses her 'mojo'? Many, I think, do as Patti-Ann did. She took up spinning. Only dreaming about it at first until her husband bought her a wheel. Now she is both a wonderful knitter and a wonderful spinner.
And lucky me. She gave me the special gift of one of her first 'perfect' efforts. 100 grams of hand-spun in a wool-silk blend and the most wonderful shade of fresh, delicate green. Perfect for a scarf.
To me, the yarn said things like - delicate, lacey, precious. None of which
Started in the midst of the tedium of the teeny, tiny knitting of Ombre, I now have almost six feet of gorgeous, soft, lacey, precious, delicate green wonderfulness to wrap around my neck.
It is beautiful - even in it's un-blocked state. Thanks, Patti-Ann.