Knitting Inspiration - Sunlight. It’s just starting to make an appearance in the mornings, and is hanging around just a little while longer in the evenings. It’s not anywhere close to warm yet, but something about the glow of sunlight, even in the middle of Winter, makes it seem like things could burst into bloom at any moment.
I’m particularly fond of the edge between sunlight and shadows, that seems to gleam extra bright. I find it echoed in the edges of stitch pattern sections, especially where lace transitions to stockinette stitch.
Sources are, as always, in the captions and below.
Tonight’s bobbin. Please notice this is one of the two bobbins I own that has been chewed by my dog. #handspun #yarn #ontheround #madebyhand (at ontheround headquarters)
Eeeee this is beautiful. Once I get some packing done maybe I can do some spinning too :)
Fresh off the loom last night! Really really pleased with how this scarf turned out - the tension is exactly what I wanted and that’s something I am still figuring out.
Pink, Red, Gold and Grey are Rock Lobster Polwarth dyed by Spun Right Round - Handspun and N-plied.
Mint Green is “Linaria” Merino dyed by Greasemoth - Handspun and N-plied.
Also used grey Cascade 220 between the handspun warp colors.
Also Cascade 220 in light grey.