stray yarn

jenjoycedesign© sock yarn

Stash [stash] noun. 1. something which is stored secretly; hiding place; cache, as in excess of knitting yarn collected with good intentions to knit, but has not yet been used.

This blue mandala of stray sock yarn is getting a makeover, as is a lot of my stray yarn.  As mentioned in previous post, I am working on a little something to submit so that gift-knitting will be made just a little easier for those of us with too much STASH. No point in getting any more for this one, as it is a stash promoting sort of design for both handspun and purchased, otherwise somewhat misdirected yarn, and in many weights

Meanwhile, Emma and I are hunkering low in the shade here, as Northern California temperatures rise to scorching hot. Oh, ho hum.  Emma has a growth on her front leg which the vet has finally decided should go, so early next week we’re going back to the vet for a quick surgery to get it taken off.  Wish Emma well everybody, in case I don’t post again until then.

Its  going to be hot weekend, but there’s a crazy chance of rain.  I can’t remember last time I experienced a rain in August.  Wouldn’t that be just magic! 

2 thoughts on “stray yarn

  1. Sending lots of positive thoughts for Emma, and wishing her a speedy recovery from the surgery.

    Love the blue sock yarn mandala. I think we all have bits of yarn stashed away waiting for a suitable project.

    Hopefully you will get some rain soon. 🌧☔️

    • Thanks Wen, I’ll let Emma know you’re thinking of her. 🙂
      Rain is only a distant memory around mid-summer… seems every year I crave the wetness so much. You’re lucky to have summer showers there in Ontario!

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