Seven hours of daylight today and then we’re moving in the right direction again. The big speculation at the moment is whether we’ll have any temps in single figures this winter. Horses are grazing, so are the neighbours’ chooks. (well as I write, the latter are having a mad race across the field, looking suitably ridiculous as such things tend to do). Sun will officially be down in 2 minutes at 3:42.
I finally got round to planting some bulbs that I got ages ago, they’d been stored cold but still managed to sprout, so we’ll have to see about that. Good thing to do on a windy day, because then I don’t get footprints in my pots, the very light bags are excellent entertainment as they escape.
No photo documentation of anything, it’s dusk already. But tomorrow there will be light, and I’m really excited, so I had to share. Just wait and see!
Wet pressed some fabric today, it was meant to be a test, but I won’t be able to make a proper “corrected” version this season, so I’ll have to see if there’s enough for my project. Merino warp and silk weft. Most of the silk is on the back (skinside of garment), making it almost completely black, but I forgot to take a photo of that. In the dark, like. 😉
2 thoughts on “Turning”
I love the colour of that fabric.
I’m relieved, too, to know the days are going to start getting longer! I love the look of that fabric!