I started 6 oz. of 85% Cormo/15% silk (top bulky skein) Friday night and plied it this morning. This skein is destined to be a wonderful pair of house socks. I have cold floors. The blue skein is from 100% wool I bought at Maryland last year. The singles have been sitting around since last June waiting to be plied. No plans for this skein. And finally, the bright, shiny skein on the left is about 350 yards of lace-weight yarn that I finished spindle plying Thursday. I'm leaning toward a shawl or a scarf with this one.
Saturday was my Guild's Fiber Fair and even though I really shouldn't have, I went shopping. I came home with another 6 oz. ball of the Cormo/silk and 8 oz. of lovely pale gray roving that's a blend of Corriedale/CVM, angora and alpaca. Nice!
Our warm streak last week, which melted most of the snow on the ground, is gone. It's now cold and snowing and we're supposed to get freezing rain/sleet. <sigh> I was hoping to enjoy the lack of snow and mess for a while before we got dumped on again. No such luck. In about two hours, we got about 4 inches of snow. The drive to work tomorrow is going to be very interesting.