Boring, pre-Maryland Sheep & Wool post
Yes, I know there are better ways to start a post than "boring," but my knitting has been rather boring lately. I've made some progress on the cabled afghan, as evidenced in this photo:
That's 7 1/2 skeins in, with 4 1/2 to go. My goal is to have it finished by the first week of June, but I'm not sure I'll make that. It doesn't have to be finished until June 30, at which time it must be dry and wrapped for the trip to Vermont.
I do like the cable pattern quite a bit, and I think washing it will do a world of good.
I spun this a week or two ago for Helen, who admired the roving I dyed.
I'm quite pleased with how this turned out. The spinning is getting slightly more even, although there are still a lot of inconsistencies. The colors blended much better than I thought they would, as well. It's enough to make me consider buying more professional dyes.
Next time, I'll have a report from Maryland Sheep & Wool!