Anyway, I do have a little more progress to share on Ann Grimshaw, which I've focused on almost exclusively since my last posting. Here she is:
Believe it or not, Anne is only about half finished, and I've already gone through more than two skeins of the Finnegan's Fog. I do still have quite a bit of the darker dye lot on hand, but the lighter one is getting smaller and smaller.
I noticed on the Needle in a Haystack website that when purchasing more than one skein of the same silk you can check whether or not you'd like them both from the same dye lot. My first impulse was of course I'd want them that way. But then I starting thinking what a happy coincidence it was that the first three weren't all the same. Maybe I'll take my chances again and just see what they send?
Anyway, I'm looking forward to picking up the pace for the missing motifs that will finish the current row. After it's done I can move into the many alphabets underneath them. It may just be me, but it feels as though them might move a little faster than the stuff on top has.
So on that note, I'll say "Adios, Heisenberg!"