Back to knitting on my sweater. It's easy to make good progress when there are so few stitches.
I quite simply love working with this yarn. It's mule spun, so it has an entirely different hand than other yarns. It is said it is more like knitting with a handspun, but I couldn't say. I haven't knit with enough handspun to be able to really say.
What it does remind me of is knitting with Noro Kureyon. There is that same full feel, as if you are holding something really substantial. It feels warm even as each individual stitch is formed. You know that warm is this yarns native state. It is a simple old fashioned strength to it that has a place in this modern world.
And a funny thing. When I posted yesterday about the book, I did not expect to find out what happened to it. It must have been missing for a while, but my spinning friend purchased it at a library sale of discarded books a couple years ago. Which delights me, except for my strong feeling1 that libraries ought to collect books and keep them.