Friday, 7 May 2010

Here 'tis and where am I?

I did manage to finish my puff yarn and I'm quite happy about it! I did have one of those, 'gee I'm glad I bought that' moments, when I'm sitting at my lovely little poly wheel, happily plying without any hitches, and still not quite filling the very large bobbin.

English Leicester, being what it is, a fibre that has the loveliest lustre, that dyes beautifully, but is a strong wool, which means it's not going to feel nice against the skin. This yarn is not going to make a scarf or neckwarmer, so I'm going to have to think about it a bit. Therefore the yarn is going to sit around a bit more, I think it's used to it!
Now, as for me, I've just been accepted into the Rose St market for the next two months, the first market being this Sunday. Yes, I know it's Mothers' Day, well I did after saying 'Yes' to the stall on Sunday, and checking the dates......
I'm just about to update the blog page with the dates, etc. So come and say hello, come out for a trip, it's Mothers' Day!


Textile Tragic said...

Congratulations--Rose St is exciting! I hope it goes well for you.

Leanne said...

I've never heard of the market, I hope it goes really well for you, should being this time of the year. Well done.