Other than knitting endless rounds of lice (I thought this would be the fun part, because I could read and knit at the same time - guess again), I've been spinning.
I finished another skein of the orangey merino:
The alpaca (from the videos) isn't quite done yet, but it's plied and off the bobbin and on to a niddy-noddy:
And now I'm up to something with the Dread Carbon Fiber. It's kind of pissing me off because I've got this spinning class coming up on the 24th and I'd like to take all the bobbins I've got. Which means getting everything on the bobbins done. That's not too hard, since I usually finish one spinning project at a time.
But this carbon fiber's been a pain in the ass to spin (think reeled silk, only more annoying). I need to spin 500 yards of it, then ply it with Something Else, by Saturday. The good news is, the finished project will be fun, and technically Art Yarn (I hate that term), and up for sale in my Etsy shop as soon as I get a PA business license. Not to mention I'll be rid of some more of this damn carbon fiber.
Otherwise, uh, Sekhmet, you fucker.
(Sorry for the blur, it was accidentally shot with the low-shutter-speed setting I use when photographing yarn. Not so good for action. Plus she knew better than to hang around when she saw me.)