It seems it doesn't take much to set me off lately. I'm not sure why. I guess dealing with the foot issue is wearing on my nerves and stressing me out. I did have a great visit with the nutritionist last week. My weight and blood sugar numbers are both down. I see her in four weeks for a follow up.
There's been much knitting progress. The Sail Shawl is finished, and my Indigopie sweater is about 70 percent done. I think I might be playing yarn chicken at the end of it. The shop only had just enough skeins for my size so I couldn't buy the extra one like I always do. My November socks for YOSS still need to be knit as well. I can't use my wheels and just haven't felt like setting up the Hansen, so there's been no spinning lately. I was thinking about it so maybe tonight or tomorrow will see something on a bobbin.
Last weekend was the New England Fiber Festival. Pat and I decided to go on Saturday. He did the driving and I helped navigate. For some reason, I was getting car sick so there was only a tiny bit of knitting accomplished.
I had made a list of "must visit" vendors,and mostly stuck to it. I also got to meet Jen from The Uncreative Crafter Podcast, and The After Hours Podcast. She was vending for Fiber Stash where I bought some Merino Twinkle fiber to spin. I did see several spinning and knitting friends, some who I hadn't seen in over a year.
We also took a quick drive up to WEBS where I only got the yarn for the one project I had in mind - a poncho. After a quick meal at Wendy's we headed for home.
Here's a picture of my newest acquisitions.