...one that I can show you now. This is the Belvedere Bird of Paradise handspun [Ravelry] that I finished on Sunday:
and the close up:
Polworth-Silk top (4 oz) from Royale Hare;
247.5 yds. chain-ply, 14 WPI
The other is a gift that I'll post when it gets to the recipient, hopefully this week.
Spin-In was great as usual. I started one of my Greenwood Fiberworks Camel-silk tops. I love the way the camel-silk feels! I've spun a little over half of the 4 oz. bump. I'll probably finish that this weekend.
Tomorrow, I'll get my new prescription for my glasses. It will take several days for the new lenses to be made, so I hope that I'll have my new glasses next week sometime.
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