This past weekend I knit 3 different headband / Neck warmers / Ear muffs.
First I did these:
The dark rose grey one sold right away (the second I put a picture of it on my Facebook page). The black n grey stripe, well, my daughter snatched that up! She said "if it doesn't sell, I want it." How could I not let her have it?
My weekends are often pretty low key. My goal for Saturday is to clean my house. Since the whole family helps with that, it's not a huge task. My goal for Sunday is to go for a run (I'm not up to my usually long run Sunday of 7 miles, since surgery I've only built up to 4 miles. I'm getting there though). So, after these things are done, my day is mine to do fiber arts!!!
The coffee table in front of my couch is covered in my creative wears ~ various skeins of hand spun alpaca yarn and needles and scissors and measuring tape and buttons and all:
Some phases look more messy than others. And somehow, out of this I end up with some knit products.
Well, a variety. We have hand knit product we knit out of yarn I spun on our farm from fiber off of our alpacas. We have home spun yarn, and raw alpaca fiber.
For example, here is an ear flap hat link to the ETSY page), I knit out of yarn I spun here at our farm off of one of our award winning alpacas, Tehya. She has always been one of my favorite girls, I've known her since the day she was born: