Available in Technocolor

Today, after much dithering, I bought a Kodack “EasyShare” digital camera! It’s not fancy, but it’s mine.

Let the pictures begin!

I was at a bit of a loss as to what to show you first. I mean, there’s my current knitting, my work knitting, even my poor “UFOs”; I could “flash my stash”(albeit belatedly) I could show things I’ve already finished… How to choose? Well, I figure that you’ll be getting to see all of it, eventually, as I figure this new toy out. But I figured that one of the few photos to first grace this blog so far has been of my FleeceArtist slivers for spinning, so it seems just and right that I should begin with that here.

Without further ado, I give you my first homespun yarn!

first homespun - FleeceArtist BFL

first homespun - FleeceArtist BLF

There’s another skien waiting to be washed, too…
first homespun skeins

Yes,yes, my photography skillz are in need of a bit of improvement. Bear with me, and I’m sure there will be plenty of good things to tempt your eyes in time! Also, I promise to figure out how to link things up properly with Flickr so you can see things at the size of your choice. For now, though, just go here.

3 Comments

Filed under drop-spindle, rambling, spinning

3 responses to “Available in Technocolor

  1. Beautiful job! You are a natural at spinning! My first yarn didn’t look nearly as nice as yours. I really love the colors and the way it worked up. =)

  2. Kelly

    pretty yarn! And see where it isn’t super-lumpy and big enough to use as overstuffed upholstery piping? You are good at this.

  3. Knitters Echange Pal

    HI that yarn looks lovely! Keep an eye out for a parcel!!Im your secret special treat person and I hope this stays annonamous!!!LOL

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