Happy Earth Day!
Vicki Howell has a great post up on her blog today about recycling for Earth Day.
I found a very entertaining post from Franklin on his blog today, too. It's not about Earth Day, but it is about lace, which I'm about to begin.
Here's a photo of the lace yarn that I got yesterday, along with the beads that I plan to use with it.
This is Knit Picks Gloss lace yarn in Pinot, It's actually a little darker and a slightly warmer color than it appears here. As you can see, my first task will be to wind all of this into balls so it's useable rather than a big tangle. There's a total of 1,760 yards there, so just winding it all will be time consuming. That's nearly a yard, folks!
It's going to be pretty, though. Or it will be frogged and reknit.
Not being the kind that looks ahead too much, I've discovered that I need to get a very small container that will sit steadily on a flat surface, and that I can put a lid on. In other words, I should have bought some of those screw-together containers at the craft store while I was there. Those long tubes of beads are fine until you need to set the open tube somewhere so that the beads will be available to scoop one up when you get to the point in the knitting that needs it.
It's Wednesday, which means a new episode of Lost will be on tonight! It will be preceded by a brand new Better Off Ted.
Have a great evening, and check out this link that my sister sent me to reminisce about the '60s! It's worth it for the music alone.