The one on the right just completed, where I used more contrasting colors than on the left. I thought I wanted more contrast, but maybe I’m a more subtle girl these days.
Let’s put it up on the big board… Now We Are Six:
But Tytania, you say, enough with the orange maybe?
Once again with contrast.
Results of my Sunday dyeing. The eggplant mohair came out better than my eggplant dish.
Da Stones’ “Wild Horses” playing:
Mick: “I have my freedom, but I don’t have much time…”
Xopher: “Use coriander.”
It’s subtle, and it’s orange, nobody’s favorite color; but it’s really quite lovely.
Let’s have it take its place (4th from left)… I’m becoming industrious lately.
I wimped out about adding the dark colors, and now I regret it; all the batts look pretty much the same. Well, we’ll call it ‘subtle’.
Going to do a blend involving these:
For starters, making a blend of the four lightest colors; this will be the base color.
Occasionally I have a few minutes between dinner & collapsing where I feel motivated enough to listen to a podcast and make order out of chaotic goat hair.
Makes a whopping four I’ve got ready for consignment:
I love thinking how this was once Janet.
I had a lot of good quality in this color so I’m making an entire solid skein of it. I know nobody likes orange. Even if it’s more of a melon.
My paltry 2021-2022 yarn output
Finished yarn #3, the solid yellow. 2021-2022 has not been a wildly productive yarn season. I futzed around with weaving a lot. I just received a check from
6 Loose Ladies, second one this year, for $20 and change, for yarn from last year’s drop off. I should focus more on yarn, as it seems to serve some purpose in the world, unlike my weavings which I use for purposelessness like this: