Scattered Marbles

Knitting and random thoughts that roll around my brain

I am:
Janet
wife and mother to 3
Owned by: 2 cats,1 dog, fish
addicted to:
chunky peanut butter
COFFEE
Hobbies: Knitting, beading, spinning, reading
Passsion: Knitting, Libraries, Books
My other site: Blue Angel
email me
Just like Mama Kate,


Lifted from Sandy's Knitting

Work in Progress:
a big bag of brown/grey wool to spin

Blogs I'm Reading:





















Anna Knits
chrisknits
Claudia's Knitting/Spinning Blog
Fibre Arts & Furry Critters
Fibery Things
fluffa
gibknits
Glampyre
Handknitter
Have a Cup of Tea with Me
Ivete's Knotology
knitz
LoobyLou's Knittin'
Marmalade
martaschmarta
Me and Mine
Moving Hands
Not Martha
One Stitch Short
PurlsB4Swine
Ruth's Blog
Sandy's Knitting
Simplicity Stitched
Sockbug
Stacia's Place of Grace
Super Eggplant
Sweatergirl
the blue blog
The Domestic Sphere
The Knitting Curmudgeon
The World According to Marney
Urban GypZ
World of Julie




Knitting Bloggers

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Feb 18, 2003

I have had a chance to play with my spindles this morning. I am amassing quite the collection of them. This morning I was finally able to spin on my Tulipwood midi Bosworth. I haven't had any success in the past, but finally have my drafting technique sorted out enough that I am getting a nice result. I am still using the brown wool that was supplied at the spinning class I took, because I am saving my fancier fibres for the day that I will be a better spinner. I suppose I should start trying some of them. There are some gorgeous fibres waiting for me to fine tune my spinning skills. I would still like to get a wheel, but I think that will be something I have to leave until the future.

My eldest daughter has expressed an interest in weaving. I know she really wants a great, big floor loom, however, that is out of the question. (No funds, no space!) However, after reading Stacia's blog, and looking into inkle looms, I think my husband can create a small one that she and I can learn on. The bonus is that if we don't care for it, the loom won't take up a lot of space or material. And if we do like it, the possibilities are endless! (Yeah, right! Like I REALLY need another hobby! But Caitlyn might like it, and I am always willing to enable new hobbies and interests for my kids!)

JanetK | 2/18/2003 12:39:00 PM linkback

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