The insight first: felting is a leap of faith. I think I knew in my heart of knitting hearts that the formation of original slippers for MSP was not as 'square' as it should have been but I threw them in the washer anyway:
These are probably good for someone who wears a woman's size 5-7 shoe. Because they don't fit great on my size 9s. But that's the goal, I keep reminding myself, that's the goal--to have lots of different pairs of slippers.
I went to the farm to visit the alpacas yesterday and the boys just wanted to run:
From the left--Calypso, Navarre, Grifin and Atom. They are running around, happy to be out in the big field.
And speaking of Calypso:
Jerry Ross who has a studio at the farm and he did a painting of Calypso. It is gorgeous (I'll post another one with it taken straight on) and of course I had to have it. We hung it in the corner of our living room and I thnk it looks great!
Changing the subject abruptly: the dogwood is in bloom:
And the lilacs are lilacking: