I finished my Citron Shawl late Friday night. Emily is clamoring for it, we will see how that works out. But I do love the colors, and the pattern was nicely done. No complaints here. I'm back working on the white prayer shawl. Note to self: think twice, maybe three zillion times before knitting a white item in the dead of winter. Also, after knitting on something else for a week, don't be surprised when you stumble bumble your way through a few rows before you fall back into a comfortable rhythm knitting again. But I'm half way done on the white shawl, so there is hope if I can power through that I can finish over the weekend.
I finished spinning the lime green roving as well. I will give it a nice long soak and some serious thwacking tonight and complete it. The color is pretty spot on in the picture, maybe just a bit brighter, but that is what you get trying to take pictures at night in winter. I'm happy with it, I had less than four ounces and have almost 200 yards. So that will do and it is not spun too thinly or tightly, it is nice and squoishy. I think it would be great in a fair isle hat or mittens. I'll think on it and see what is calling me.
And finally here is the next spinning quest....one pound of Pepi Le Pue!