The Highland Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers tried out a new location on Saturday. The Highland Hotel dates back to 1911 when people used to come to Strathpeffer (a spa village) to sample the waters.
I wasn’t ready with a project for either wheel so, as it was worldwide knit in public day, I just took my jumper along. I can’t knit and chat very successfully but made some progress on the sleeves.
I think I’m going to be playing yarn chicken on this Ship Shape jumper so I am knitting a little on each arm and will see how long I can make the sleeves before I run out. I haven’t done the bind off on the hem of the body yet, just in case I need to remove or can add some rows.
The photo was taken on Friday…by Saturday it’s like an octopus of yarn strands so a struggle to photo well.
When I was away I bought some fabric and I have since bought a couple of patterns and I’m not sure yet which I’ll make as I need to measure the fabric I bought. It was sold by weight as it was in the roll ends and remnants.
On my travel blog I have published 4 posts about my recent 50th birthday travels. You can find links to them on the previous post on this blog. I’ve broken them down into Wirral & North Wales, Cheshire, Glasgow & Gleneagles and finally Loch Lomond.
I had a wonderful 12 days way and these posts will be nice reminders to look back on.
This is a Year of Projects post. Officially the Group is in its 11th year, but this is my 4th year participating. If you would like to find more about the Year of Projects Group on Ravelry. Year 11 list.