Sunday, September 17, 2006

Yellow is now Green

So that yellow yarn from last week?
It got dipped

And turned into this

Not in the slightest way what I had hoped for. But maybe not a total loss. And variegation that may show on the picture is an illusion, It's pretty much all one color of dark green. I don't hate the color, but it was supposed to be a little more interesting. I'm still planning to go back and work on it a little more. Maybe a little more blue, a little black.
It turned into the largest continuous knot that has ever existed, so I appealed to my dad for a little help and we built this:

It still takes forever, but I've got the next couple of skeens ready to go. But first I've got a lot of pots to make.
-S

2 comments:

Valerie said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! Have fun Tea-Swappin'. I think the green yarn looks gorgeous, but it's hard to know how closely photos resemble reality. Your buttons are very tempting... will go peruse them now.

Zarzuela said...

Go you for giving it a try! I love the swift you guys built! Too cool! :)


Jessica
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