Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Light Brown Alpaca Roving

I want to show you the other bag of fiber that I brought home from Zeilingers on Sunday.

This fiber is from Nick who lives in St. Louis at Diversified Alpacas. I bought his gorgeous fiber in February and had Z put it into 100% alpaca roving. It's a beautiful light golden brown, extremely clean and fine. Cassie → quite insisted on showing you the bag of 5 pounds because yesterday Max got to be poster doggie.
I will be putting it in my Etsy shop when I get done here.
NutriSystem update - Oh, my, another 1/2 pound gone according to the morning scale. I can hardly get all the food into me. Seems like everytime I turn around, I'm sticking something into my mouth. We'll see what happens without my daily exercise. Had a major leg cramp during the night and barn chores didn't really work the soreness out so I'm taking a break from the 2 mile morning walk.


Knit - R - Done said...

I'm glad you've found a way to nuture yourself. You deserve to have a healthy body. Keep taking good care of yourself.

HanamiGallery said...

what beautiful color! wow another 1/2 lb!!! keep up the good work!!

Michele / akkasha said...

I am drooling over the fiber. Thinking I might need to get some. Your fiber is such a dream to spin.

Congrats on your losses doing Nutrisystem. I am glad it is working well for you. I am sure you will get back to exercising with time. Sometimes the body just needs a break.

Robin said...

great job on the weight loss. Try heat on the cramp and gentle stretching-

My8kidsmom said...

I didn't realize you were in MI too!!! Maybe we will meet up sometime :)

Lisa said...

It looks like you have some gorgeous stuff right now! Are you up for visitors anytime soon? Hubby and I are thinking of sneaking away for a night in the near future. I would love to see you again!

woolies said...

congrats on your weight loss. my extra poundage is never going to go away.
love your Max pics, and love the pic over on the right of snickers helping you spin.
drop by my blog and help me name my new rescue horse!