...everything went well and I can see well enough to not wear my glasses for computer work! I have to restrict my activities for another two days (no lifting anything more than 10-15 lbs, no bending over further than my waist) , but then I can get back to normal.
I haven't attempted to do any stitching, but I am able to spin without any problems. I can also knit as lit's not too intricate. One I get my new glasses in 3.5 weeks, it will be much better! Until then, I'll be limiting the amount I drive at night, just to be on the safe side. I can see fine during the day, but night-time driving might be a challenge.
I spun most of the weekend. I finished the project I started as Spin-In. This is Twilight [Ravelry]:
and a close up:
Glitter roving (4oz) from Greenwood Fiberworks;
178.7 yds chain-py; 10 WPI
It nice and springy even before being washed.
After I finished Twilight, I started the next one. I'm spinning Violets in the Grass, a Merino-Bamboo-Tussah Silk blend from Miss Babs that I bought at Stitches West in 2012. I finished the singles yesterday and need to ply. I'm not sure whether I'll be able to start that tonight or not.
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