The yarn is so much fun! The colors in the photos are a bit brighter than they are in person. I don't feel like editing them to get them true to color as I am a bit pressed for time.
I'm blown away. I don't know if I'm hormonal or just sentimental, but Ruth's kindness brought tears to my eyes. Happy tears, that is.
Here is more detail on the wristwarmers. They are so *Naomi*. Tonight it was snowing when I got home. Ruth, it IS cold enough for wristwarmers here!
This is a wonderful way to end a very hectic day at work. Before I could even entertain the thought of playing with the yarn tonight, I had to do my workout(which I did do).
I've been pretty good about doing my workouts before I allow myself any play-time. It was really hard not to wind this yarn up and start a guage swatch!! Anyone that knows me knows I love to START projects(finishing them is an entirely different matter!).
I'm still not allowing myself to play because......I have some resume's I need to go through tonight for interviews tomorrow morning! Hhhhmmmmmnnn. I start work at 6am, that gives me 2 hours before the first interview. Maybe I could review them in the morning so I can wind the skeins tonight. No. I better not. Winding the skeins would lead to guage swatching, guage swatching would lead to casting on and that would lead to...staying up way too late and not reading those $&#* resume's!
Ruth, thank you so very, very much. You have made a knitter in America very, very happy!!!