First: THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!
I have reached my fundraising goal today thanks to all of you, and there are still more donations coming in. I am so happy and thankful. I am about to burst!
Know what else makes me happy? This is off of the loom.
I still have to do the fringe and full it, but the actual weaving part is done, so the last of the scarves can get on the loom. This is what I am thinking for the last scarf:
The warp for it is being wound on my warping mill as I write this. Well, not actually “as” I write this. I am taking a break from winding so that I can write this.
There has been knitting going on, though:
I am calling this my Tannenbaum socks. I want them to say “Merry Christmas” without being limited to only Christmas wear. The color is a little off, but you get the idea.
Also, since I finished the Pride socks, I needed another pair of socks that didn’t require a great deal of brain to knit, thus:
The yarn is from Spirit Trail that I bought at MSWF. Again, the color looks a bit different in person, but the general idea is there. The stitch pattern is from Schurch’s SKS.
Do I sound excited? Because I am. Thank you, again.
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