My life, with cats #14293

Yesterday was something of a frantic day. I had left my carding out from Tuesday’s setup, in the faint hope that I could continue with it. I never found time. So it was still there this morning when I got up. I shall have to move it away soon as I am about to embark on large-scale dip manufacture…

Carding on the kitchen table
Carding on the kitchen table

In the box is the previously carded Shetland that I am re-carding as it has compressed in storage. The batts that I have completed are “safely” stowed in the black bin bag, which had been left sitting proud on top of the box, to preserve the contents.

Re-carded fleece separated out into black bin bag
Re-carded fleece separated out into black bin bag

Clearly, the bag had moved since I left it…

Makes a very comfortable bed!
Makes a very comfortable bed!

Here’s why – Teddy!

I hates cats, I does. Hates ’em 🙂

Actually, looking at these last two images, I am pondering creating a Teddy yarn one day. It would be rather fine, would it not?

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4 Comments

  1. Michele Nicholls
    May 14, 2009

    At first glance, I thought Teddy WAS a heap of cleverly variegated carding!

    • May 14, 2009

      Yeah – I’d like to be that good! LOL.

  2. May 14, 2009

    It’s a bit like the clean laundry logic, of course the freshly washed stuff is better!

    • May 15, 2009

      Ah, Nell the dog is the current expert on sleeping on clean sheets. Especially when she is straight off the beach…

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