I finished plying the second skein of the Southdown wool which measured out to another 150 yards..
I plan to dye the first one in a few colors and the smaller skein in a solid color.
I don't know exactly what it will be used for yet.
The flowers are loving the rainy season. This Hibiscus measures 8' across.
The knotweed bush is making a comeback-the freeze this past winter reduced the big bush to a few 12" stubs. It is now over my head in height...butterflies are coming to dine!
This little stub of cactus was 'picked' for me--the lifesaver was too real for some little boy!
It might well root!
It is pretty on my windowsill over the kitchen sink in the meantime!
This used to be the pond--it is becoming a lake.
We can't drive around the pond-straight ahead on the left was the dam Bill had built.
The next three days are supposed to be dry so we will see if the water level drops at all.
I have been adding to the Persian Tiles blanket; I think I am about halfway done now.
I ripped out the other blanket-I like this one better and I want it to be big enough.
I also have a pattern to my random colors!
It makes it easier to know what to use next!