At the end of a day like that, you know what I find? I don't just have lovely books. I have some seriously fine yarn.
The outer multi coloured skeins are Adam and Eve from River City Yarns and the centre skein is Sweet Georgia Tough Love Sock. They look very striking together, but I have no idea if I purchased them to be used together or not, but they sure are yummy.
Multnomah shawl. I did this shawl in Eden in golds for a lady I worked with for a while, and it was just striking. My turn.
Pride goeth before a fall. Just as I was taking the photo, I found realized two containers of yarn were mixed in with the fabric boxes. I pulled them out so I could tuck them up high in the closet later. Not too bad a days work, though, I thought.
Pride fell even harder as I was walking out to the kitchen to bask in my accomplishment.
There is yarn out in the hall too. Forgot about that. I am going to have to do a little more work in my yarn closet. The rod and shelf are going to have to come out so that I can stack my containers one row higher. And then it will all fit. Honest.
I had already set my sights on the other closet for spinning supplies. I knew this house, with its standard closets, would never allow me to do a full wool room as I did in my wee house. I do not want to mix it up spinning with yarn. Yarn grows to whatever space I seem to allow it, and even for me, this has gone far enough.
Anyway, off to the days tasks. I have a book shelf to repair, a couple book cases to fill, and the spinning to order and sort. There is going to be time today to get a nice bit of knitting done too. I think I am going to pull out Elfe today. Time to check the fit and that is always exciting.