Your yarn looks lovely Christine! I am sure you will think of something cosy to make with them.
I am in awe!You rock!
Gorgeous yarn. Oh how I'd love to have it in my stash! I am seriously envious of your craft.
These look absolutely beautiful. I am really looking forward to seeing what you do with them.I have been meaning to tell you how much I enjoy reading your blog. The gozleme recipe you put up a while ago is a favourite in this house, especially when we have the homemade yoghurt up and running.Happy weekend
Well done Christine, they look pretty good to me.
Girl, you are a STAR, those are absolutely wonderful! :)
You must feel so proud. And productive. I love long term self sufficiency projects like this. Kudos to you!
Just beautiful! It must be a great feeling to work through the whole process. http://watchingovertheheartandhome.blogspot.com/2011/03/on-my-mind-friday.html
Christine they look gorgeous. Really gorgeous. Now what are you going to make with them?...any ideas? I'm still trying to crochet a scarf. I keep changing my mind on the look I want and keep pulling it apart, as I don't want to waste my mums spun alpaca wool.
Amazing. You are truly amazing.
they are lovely, Christine, and they look very soft. Well done!
WOW! Well done!:-)
Thankyou all for popping by, it was lovely taking part in "On my mind' and seeing what many of you are up to! :)
PS - Brydie, your mum spins?? Alpaca?? Wow, how lucky are YOU!! :)
Hi there, so nice of you to stop by! Thanks for sharing your thoughts, I love hearing what you are up to. Christine x