I hope you guys like candy corn as much as I do.
I liked the elephant I made for my niece so much that I made another for myself. This one is about 1/3 the size of the first one, despite using the same pattern and same hook size! The only difference is the yarn, and they were both labeled as worsted weight. Oh well, I like my tiny elephant.
Lieutenant Commander Data! (Or is it Lore? No, it’s Data.)
This is part one in a series, so keep an eye out later this week!
Ravelry.com is an excellent source for jumping down the rabbit hole….I mean, finding spinning wheels. :) That’s where I found my first, second, and now THIRD wheels.
Thanks, I’ll look there!
Well. I do spin, I tried out (and directly bought) my spinning wheel on a spinners meeting. (I’d offer you to try mine, but I doubt you’d want to fly to Germany for that - that would probably cost more than just buying a wheel.)
Thanks. I’m not sure if there’s any spinning groups in my area but the fiber festival is in a couple weeks so maybe I can find someone there to show me. As much fun as going to Germany would be…
Any spinners out there? Do you know where I could go to borrow a spinning wheel? Or try one out, really?
I have slowly been working on my drop spindle project but I wanted to see if I could try spinning on a wheel somewhere.
Summer will be over soon enough and I’ll have to stay warm with wool, hahaha.
Because kitties need crochet stuff, too.