I have this bin in the garage (OK, I have lots of bins). Up until today this particular bin was full to overflowing with left over bits of yarn. Over the last two days, I have grouped the yarns, mixing textures and colors, and wound them into warps for scarves - ten in all. Here are some of my favorites:
I love the candy colors of this one:
And the cool sage of this one.
This one reminds me of a berry/ peach smoothie. Yum!
Meanwhile, I've been dyeing the purple and green warps for the Water Lilies shawl. Here they are with the multi-colored warp and the blue weft:
Esther has worked in law firm administration for over a quarter century – a fact which she finds alarming. In order to maintain her sanity, she spends her spare time exploring the fiber arts – spinning, weaving, knitting, embroidery – and puttering in her garden. For creative in-sanity, she is a member of the SCA, an organization dedicated to study and re-creation of the middle ages and Renaissance. There, she is a founding member of the Right Noble Company of Clothiers, where she shares her passion for historic fashion with like minded individuals. Esther shares her home with her husband Bruce.