For July’s Stash Menagerie shipment, I received 2 gorgeous skeins of Atlantis on Roslea Organic Merino:
I knew immediately that I wanted to use them to weave a scarf and I certainly wasn’t disappointed with the result!
Yarn: Three Irish Girls Roslea Organic Merino in Atlantis
Notes: I wasn’t sure if the Roslea Organic was going to be too thick to weave or if it would lose some of it’s softness when woven. It actually ended up being perfect. It’s wonderfully soft in woven form and makes a really warm scarf! Now, if only I could get my hands on some more Roslea Organic!
In non-fiber arts news, we took a little drive to the coast today with some friends of ours. The main goal was to buy some tuna off a tuna boats for canning! Yes, we’re canning our own tuna (apparently I’ve become the crazy canning lady!)….more on that after we actually do the canning tomorrow! After picking up the tuna, we headed to Seal Rock State Park to eat some lunch and let Sailor run around like a crazy dog. And run like a crazy dog, he did…
Not only was there running around, there was also some not-so-sneaky food stealing! bad dog.
Sailor wasn’t the only one running on the beach:
Hope you all are having a wonderful weekend! I’ll be back with a finished baby sweater and a canning tuna update soon!