Boys are hiding Easter eggs in the living room - just like Cynthia and I use to do when we were young.
Beautiful color to bring us out of the cold into the warmth of the sun.
I spent my winter spinning quite a bit of yarn - mostly from a mix of wool and yak. Wonderful blend of fibers and wicked soft. It's expensive but really worth the price. This is my first sweater and it's turning out nice. I have to look up how to do the sleeves & neck as I fear I can not wing that part. I have been intrigued by this magazine Wild Fibers since I have become a spinner and I highly recommend it if you are too. Exotic fibers don't have to be a stranger to your basket of fibers. Camel is next on my list to spin.
I usually go bonkers over dyed fibers - usually from plant material but this time I decided to stick with the wonderful gray color. The Ithaca Farmers Market opened up for the first weekend this year and I bought some dried calendual flowers so I might start off my dye pots this spring with that - should make a wonderful warm yellow?