Full of Mystery
I had a lot of fun with the yarn party this weekend and I learned a lot of things about the dyeing process. Unfortunately, I left my camera at my friend’s house, so no pictures of my new yarn until I get it back.
In the meantime, I’ll show you my latest stash enhancement:
That’s a lot of pink and white. Why? Because I’m walking a Breast Cancer 3-Day Walk. It’s a 60 mile walk that benefits the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. In addition to the fundraising and physical training I need to do, I wanted to make a knitting contribution as well. And I picked up a lot of pink yarns to inspire me. So right now I’m working on a pattern. I’ve got a number of ideas and I’ve been swatching through them to see what works. So far, I’ve ripped it out a few times. Don’t worry, when I’ve got something workable, you’ll be the first to hear.
In the meantime, if you’re interested in following my training progress, you can visit my training blog. I have links to information about the Walk and the Foundations that benefit. There are also links to my secure on-line donation site so that you can make a fully tax deductible donation to sponsor my walk. Any amount is greatly appreciated.
And if you can’t afford to make a contribution at this time, at least make sure to keep track of your health by visiting the doctor regularly and doing self-exams. Breast cancer is very treatable if caught early.