This is where the various bits of work are
Today's weaving. I ran out of the dark green warp yarn and added in a dozen threads in the same color as the weft. That resulted in the interesting pattern you see.
I'm currently spinning a different dark green, and a gold, originally for knitting but maybe now for weaving.
And while I was waiting for supplies for socks, I started a pair of gloves
Then the sock supplies arrived and I happily cast on a new sock in this cheerful mixture color, named Fierce Flame
Yesterday I also had an exciting event when the front door curtain fell on my head. The hook had come out.
So I called Gary, who, before I'd even finished my sentence, said I'll be right over. At a run. I think he assumed an emergency.
He took a look at the situation and the anchors and screws, and said right now I have to get my car seen to. Then I'll come over and see to it.
Two minutes later back to say his front door is locked but the back door is okay for the dog to come and go. Two more trips back to his own house, and finally he got away.
Couple of hours later, back to say the water heater man is coming over, he'll come over after that. Arrived again to say the dishwasher man's now trying to fix the dw, meanwhile here's the muffin pan back, which he cleaned by hand, the dw not working.
Then the water heater man is unable to track the problem, it works fine for him, maybe an expensive part needed, and he goes away to check. Meanwhile I suggest Gary check if it's still under warranty, seven years old, and now he's going to check.
Finally, after consulting with me about how to clean a sofa pillow Billy the Pup had dragged outside and played with, he replaced the ceiling screws and rehung the door curtain.
I needed the curtain as a heat and light block, because temp went into the 90s yesterday, hottest on this date in nearly 100 years.
So the curtain's back in action, after an afternoon's entertainment, and the temp is about 70f.
I shopped in person today, for local things I can't get from Misfits, bananas, molasses, cocoa, Panko crumbs, a basil plant, snd various other items which suddenly outgrew the big shopping bag. The checkout lady said sternly, "Always bring more bags than you need!" which I agreed with.
And I was home before I remembered I'd forgotten to add capers to the list. Oh. I did get some very reasonably priced strawberries, jam quality, while I was at it, and they're in the freezer for when I remember sugar.
Speaking of commodities, I had also planned on a trip to Target. Then I found out they'd crumbled to right wing bigotry, so until they rethink, I won't be going there
Fix it, Target, and I'll return.
Happy day everyone, pursue your activism however it works for you. But enjoy anyway.
Me, I'm going to knit a Fierce Flame sock while catching up on Meredith Constant on YouTube, excellent researcher of current (royal related) events.