Nope, not the socks or the Tied Up Tee, but my Clun Forest research for the Breedswap. It’s not the best scholarly work I’ve done, but it covers the basics and should be enough to introduce folks to the breed and the fleece and what you can do with it. It really wasn’t arduous I just couldn’t quite work myself up to sit down and type it up. But I took advantage of an early afternoon escape to get started right after dinner and finished it up and sent it off. I’m not sure if we’re allowed to share our research or not (I would hope we can, but I’m not sure of the expectations of the organizers), but if I can, I’ll post it here for any who might be interested. Next up for this project: sort the washed bits to pull out 32 decent locks and follow up with Blackberry Ridge on where my roving is.
I also puttered a bit downstairs and moved a bookshelf into the living room by one of the chairs that tends to accumulate my fiber stuff so I’d have a surface on which to store things. It worked wonderfully and looks so much nicer now (but reminded me that I haven’t done any spinning lately at all).
Now.. do I kick back and get some knitting done, or go run a bath (sadly without any Lush as I used the last of my stash last week) and luxuriate while I read (for pr’bly about twenty minutes before I start to fall asleep because I was, in a fit of paranoid worry, up almost two hours earlier than normal this morning and unable to fall back asleep)..?