Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Business Unusual

It is absolutely amazing what we knitters can do with our hands. This past weekend, I took a step further and became a spinner. Behold my first yarn ever!



Isn't it atrocious! Hey, I'm just keepin' it real folks! Needless to say that I didn't expect to have my first handspun yarn look beautiful anyway. Nonetheless, I am super glad I did this, mainly because it was one of my New Year's Resolutions to learn how to spin. The only bad thing is that I got somewhat bored and frustrated with the spindle and have since gotten the itch to buy a wheel. Now I don't know much about wheels or which one to get and quite frankly, I'm doing a lot of other non-knitting related things in my life that would keep me from purchasing my own wheel. I did get to spin on a friend's wheel for a short while some time ago and I sure did like it. Maybe I'll get it later on this year. Any suggestions?


Non-Knitting Related Thing

For the past couple of weeks I have been working on a side project that has been keeping me away from posting as often as I would like on this here blog. Though it is not knitting related, I think it could help more than just us knitters. It is a website (click here to see it) that features weight loss and nutritional products. I wasn't too sure about posting about it on the blog because I didn't want to mix business (the website) with pleasure (the blog). But I thought well there could be some one of you that may be looking for a weight loss solution or a healthier alternative to coffee or soda for energy. Therefore, this will be the first and last time I will mention it. Go and fiddle around, tell me what you think. Tell a friend and see if they would be interested in it too. I hope you all like it.

Well that's all for now. I got to get back to working on my side project.

2 comments:

Virtuous said...

Hahaha!! @ your spindle yarn Gurl you are funny, BUT I love the color combo!
It is good you are even trying it.
Hopefully you will be able to to test drive a wheel soon!

Congrats on your new business!!
Can't blame the knitting going to the wayside for now!

Angelita said...

vaya felicitaciones tu primer hilado, animos !!! como suelo decir "la practica hace al maestro".... sobre las ruecas me gustaría darte info pero no me manejo en el tema :(

Cariños y que pases un lindo fin de semana con tu novio ...