when there's a will
my bicep tendon is very inflamed, so is the bursa in my left shoulder. and it has calcium deposits.
the good news is the rotator cuff looks fine.
so, i have to keep wearing a sling and ice is my new best friend.
hmmm, usually i spin left hand forward.
how hard would it be to switch to right hand forward, so my poor decrepid left hand could simply lay in my lap and hold the fiber?
so i found the fluffiest, wiriest, sproingiest fiber in the stashola, totally ready to spin.
and grabbed the walnut van eaton fold/n/tote.
divided the roving and spun up 3 bobbins.
stuck a fat book under the lazy kate, trying to make a 45 degree angle. maybe warren should have more pages written about him , not quite 45.
since it's not a smooth fiber, and i was using my other hand, perfect yarn was not the goal.
i love the yarn, and if i can ever knit again, i think it will be one of those felted dumpling bags that hang from your wheel. maybe with a little embroidery :-)
rajah has found a new use for the van eaton's bag.