Before I was rudely interrupted by the loss of my weft yarn. I was actually working on the scarf. It is mostly my fault by the way. I left the ball of yarn in the bowl I keep on the floor below the bobbin winder. That's a fair amount of temptation for a youngster and it had been there since Sunday morning. I'm just happy that 1) she didn't eat it and 2) it is the stuff I can replace easily. The alpaca I got in New Hampshire two years ago and it would be a long slog to find some more.
The scarf structure is quite open as you can see.
I'm not sure how it will all hold once off the loom, but I am happy with the idea of folding it and making a cowl if I have to. Either way it will be light and pretty.
On Saturday, I bought a nifty vintage French game board at one of our local shops. It reminds me of Parcheesi, but maybe not.
Anyone care to venture a guess? How could I resist the cute little painted horse heads on the board and the playing pieces!
It was on sale too.
It will be a hectic week with all the preparations for the Greensprings Fire & Rescue Harvest Dance and silent auction. I put together two knitting baskets along with the towel donation.
One is nothing but sock yarn, the other has 3 nice books and some great Sheep Shop wool. Gene is flat out with prep work at the station and I'm following behind catching loose ends. Sort of....