Orange, Part II
After a night of rain, everything was perfect this morning in the garden, even the little bees asleep in the squash blossoms.
I spun more orange over the weekend, orange that Angela dyed.
Remember the pumpkins last week? 10 days and so much more color!
The garden makes me like my orange wool more. Appreciate the color of a ripening fall.
Naughty chickens...digging up my baby carrots. You're on chicken detention, only supervised visits to the garden now.
Maybe this wool wants to be knit into a fall hat, for the final visits to the garden before the snow and cold?
Slow to ripen, but so worth it. Like candy.
I think next....purple.
100% wool (unknown breed)
2-plied yarn, sport-worsted weight
Total, 7.6 oz, and 363 yards.