From Bella Knitting, via Grumperina, a most interesting meme!
What are your limits when it comes to creative pursuits? Mine, in alphabetical order:
Love it! This is my thing.
cardmaking, ceramics, collage, cooking, embroidery, henna art, knitting (lace and socks), mixed media, paper art, pottery, spinning
I do or have dabbled in it.
baking, beading, calligraphy, celtic knotwork, crazy quilting, crochet, cross stitch, dread falls, felting, fimo, gardening, mosaic, ren garb, stamping, wire, writing, painting in watercolor and acrylic
I'll give it a try.
book binding, calligraphy, card making, dyeing, glass bead making, graphic design, lampwork, printing, shibori, woodcuts, weaving
I've got absolutely no interest.
applique, balloon animals, basket weaving, candle making, casting, corsetry, crewel, doll houses, glass blowing, lace making other than knitted lace, macrame, marquetry, millinery, miniatures, needlepoint, pattern creating, pattern drafting, photography, rug hooking, rug knotting, string art, stuffed toy making, soap making, tatting, wood carving, woodworking
How about you? Where do you draw the line?
This month's spunky club offering in "celebration" has taught me that I will benefit greatly from acquiring a copy of Deb Menz's book about spinning with color. There is so much I don't know!
I am interested in seeing what other folks come up with this month. I spun it on the wheel and then plied it navajo style off the bobbin with the Schacht Hi Lo. This let me preserve the colors a little bit, and it has been claimed by my oldest who wants me to make her an earflap hat out of it. Ok. One earflap hat coming up. With pom poms.
As ever, beautifully prepared fiber which is a joy to spin.