wow!!

let us catch up! first, thanks for all the sweet comments on the Reflection Hat pattern :) what a warm reception!

secondly – when i started selling roving in february, i did not realize how satisfying it would be to watch people make finished objects out of my dyed roving, but boy! is it.

janknit’s Handspun Fiddlehead, from this roving. more photos in her flickr if you don’t have a rav account.

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julianna’s Handspun Optic Waves made from this roving.  and her blog entry

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you ladies are so awesome!! beautiful beautiful works. thanks for letting me share them.

p.s. and in more personal news, i am no longer pregnant.  thanks in advance for condolences… and  i guess we try again in a month or two!

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32 thoughts on “wow!!

  1. I’m so sorry for your loss. Gotta love your optomistic spirit! Good luck trying again.

    On a totally different note, I got a scholarship to SOAR this year (yay). I was wondering if you had any advice for a first time attendee. Thanks

  2. So sad for you Cosy. Let me know if there is anything I can do. Virtual hugs and lots of healing vibes are on their way!

    • I’m so sorry Cosy – big hugs. Sending healing thoughts and positive vibes for a little one in your future.

      And those projects are beautiful – that must be very, very satisfying to be a part of.

  3. Sorry to hear about that. Beautiful photos, though — isn’t it wonderful when someone goes on to make something beautiful from your stuff?

  4. Much love from the Northern lands, Cosy. I had a miscarriage before my pregnancy with Ollie that sent me into bad places…it seems you have a very positive attitude about it, and that is wonderful. Of course, you know you still have a spot in the Indie Spin booth if you want to do it after all. :)

    Beautiful pictures, btw!

  5. I’m so sorry, I have been there before and you will feel better in time. Give yourself time to heal.

    Thank you for sharing such excellent knitting goodness.

  6. Oh Cosy, I am so sorry about your loss. I lost my first baby at 36 weeks, and my heart just sinks every time I read about a blog friend’s loss. Big hugs.

  7. It’s so nice that you get to see your fiber turned into yarn and projects. I always ask my customers to send me photos, but it doesn’t happen often. Those are both very beautiful – but I especially love the green, surprise, surprise.

  8. *huge hugs babe*

    Love you millions.

    Love the handspun as well.. gorgeous pictures of gorgeous yarn made from gorgeous roving!

  9. Oh, Cosy…so sorry to hear your news. I’m sending you and Ben lots of love and healing.

    Thank you for sharing my scarf. I love wearing it. And I ALWAYS get lots of compliments on your colors! It was a delight to spin!

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