There's evidence everywhere around our house that a fiber enthusiast (aka knitter and spinner) lives here.
My brain power is in low supply for things like this over the past week or so. Anything that requires counting - yes - that even means stockinette sleeves with increases every eight rows - too. much. counting..... Anything that requires counting is having to wait its turn. I've done a little on my Memory Blanket (sock yarn scraps) but it's slow going right now because it's at the widest part and will be for a while longer.
The most enjoyable project I'm working on at the moment is unraveling a lovely heathered gray shetland sweater. First sleeve down and it's 95g of fingering weight yarn. Delicious. Dyeable. Enough for a pair of socks! The rest of the sweater is probably 400g. Lots of ideas there. Scarfs. Mmm.... who knows. That's the bottom ball in the photo below. The top ball is the neck band of the last sweater I unraveled - a granite (black w/white flecks) sweater that produced approximately 500g worsted weight yarn in a 50% wool, 25% silk, 25% cotton blend. Definitely will be overdyed to turn those little white specks into something colored. And who knows what the yarn will eventually become but it's nice to do the unraveling and listen to the wool tell me what it would like to be in its next life. :)
Halloween photos tomorrow! Everyone have a fun and safe Pumpkin Day! :)