While I was visiting my sister and being bombarded by delicious yarn at the knit and crochet show, I was on the look out for some DK weight wool. I tried very hard to be open minded on color and dyeing technique. I tend to be so specific of what I want in a yarn that I never find it. Above is the yarn that I discovered and immediately when we got back to my sister's house I nagged her to help ball it up with her winder and swift. I am making the wurm hat for me! The yarn is wonderful and it is made by cosymakes. It is quite soft and the color is beautiful!
I also have on my needles the never ending periwinkle shawl that should be done next week. At least I hope it will be done. My sweater has been woefully neglected this whole week.
Rebecca continues to adorn my nightstand and has entertained me overall. I do not think I am loving it as much as I did when I read it as a teenager. I think because the husband, Maxim, can be quite insensitive at times. Funny, I love Wuthering Heights and Heathcliff is a psycho (as is Catherine) and still I love that book! So maybe I'm being critical of Maxim? I received the new issue of Interweave Knits. I did a quick flip through and nothing caught my eye. I usually do not get interested in spring knitting until spring arrives.