No knitting of much significance occurred in the month of March. I’m still working on the socks I started at the end of February, and other than that I’ve only knit about 4 rows on the shawl. This is very strange to me, but I’m going with it for now.

There may be light at the end of the tunnel, though. I have an urge to cast on a sweater, but no brain cells with which to design it (or even to pick out a yarn). I’ve decided that the urge itself is a good thing, and that the brain cells will come back online one of these fine days. (Probably when I stop feeding them endless amounts of other complicated stuff to deal with…)

In the meantime, I have been contentedly spinning away. It doesn’t look any different than the last picture I showed you, except that there are now two bobbins instead of one, and the second is well on its way to becoming full. I still love the colors, and I am excited to see the yarn.

My neighbor and I are going to have a dye day sometime in the next few weeks, and I have enough Coopworth top for a sweater. I am seriously tempted to dye it green and blue and black, just exactly the same as the laceweight I’m spinning now. Did I mention that I’m in love with these colors?

I’m also telling myself that it’s good to have variety rather than just sticking with one thing that I like.

It’s hard to argue with perfection, though.

Deep reds overdyed with black might also be nice. Dither. Dither. Where did I put those brain cells?

So, more yarn. Coming soon. Spinning wheels make stash enhancement far, far too easy.

Now, if only I could manage to wield some pointy sticks…