Two repeats on the blanket. I'm about a quarter done.
Starting to weave the rug sample. Hmm, the cotton yarn is floating above the wool; I'll have to fiddle with the tie-up and treadling and see if I can tuck the cotton among the wool. My vision is for a field of dark blue, bumpy wool, punctuated by spots of bright turquoise cotton. I'm not quite there.
The sleeve cap fits! At least, I think it does. I'm at the stage where I think, "Was this sweater really worth making?"
More spinning of Enchanted Knoll batts. Spinning, spinning, spinning. Thinking about what to spin for a deflected doubleweave shawl. In my mind, I can see the standard deflected doubleweave shapes standing bold as usual and melding into each other, depending on the colors. Rather like the patchwork I used to sew, where the prints helped blur the hard edge where one piece was sewn to another.
But no snow. I'm jealous. And relieved.