I am going to attempt to blog daily on my process this year, if nobody reads this then at least I'll have a record for myself!!
Day one got off to an unusual start, I had noticed a post from a fellow Ravelry member who said that she was on a narrow boat and had picked up her spindles but had forgotten her fibre so would be spinning the longest, thinnest thread until it ran out ( which would not have taken long)
After a few messages it became apparent that she was travelling up to the Beeston-Nottingham canal so I said I would drop down with some fibre to keep her going. Looking for the easiest was to get to the canal, I decided to catch the train on Saturday morning.
But I did get to sit down and its been so long since I've been on a train that I didn't realise that you can now plug in phone and laptop charges!
So it was back to the station and home, dropping in on my optician on the way back to get my computer glasses mended.
And the spinning??? I managed to grab an hour in the evening and also popped some more fleece into a cold soak. The jacob that I had left on the line was also nice and dry.
This concludes day one, more tomorrow. xx