A Welcome Sight
Returning home from a hard work week to rooms covered in thick, lush carpet.
Of course, we still have a few things that need to be put back in place.
Benefits of Downsizing
As part of our readying for moving all our furniture, Thaddeus decided it was time to get rid of all his stereo components in the office section of our bedroom that are now about 30 years old. He really only listens to radio when he's upstairs, so he opted to get one of these.
The Tivoli Henry Kloss radio is nice and compact and retro looking, the sound on this little baby is velvet. It has some unique way of attracting radio signals which Thaddeus researched thoroughly (of course), but all I know is that it sounds rich and fills the room with vibrant sound.
And it leaves room for more yarn and knitting books.
Seanna Lee asks, "I love the idea of spinning my own lace weight. How long do you think it will take you to spin it up (just the spinning part)? I mean, other than forever."
I remember spinning a ton of merino in fingering weight, and a ball of roving the size of Carol's Black Bunny Fiber would have taken me about four weeks, spinning about 8 hours a week. I anticipate this project will take me about six to eight weeks.