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Transformation

Posted on Mar 23, 2009. 8 comments

Caterpillars transform into Cocooned looking aliens before our very eyes
one chrysalis
Fiber turns into spun yarn as if by magic (but really by 3 weeks of cussing hard work, 167 yards from 4 ounces of superwash wool)
sherwood superwash wool, fiber by Twisted Fiber Arts
Singles before ply
sheepish_ready_to_ply
And crayons into toddler works of MAYA!! Not on the Window Sill Art
crayons
The next major event in my life comes this weekend, from Stay at Home Mama to Work at Home on-my-thesis Mama. I'm nervous and relying on girl scout cookies for fortification. Which brings me to my last (and biggest) transformation, too big for my trousers. You can thank me later for the dearth of photo documentation on that subject.

Comments

  • Posted by AlisonH on Mar 24, 2009

    Caterpillars are magical. So is the spinning we human types do, too.

  • Posted by Carrie K on Mar 23, 2009

    Magic! Aliens! Art! and then voila, thesis!
    I have a very, very special present for you when you finish writing it too. You’ll be soooo whelmed, wait and see. :)

  • Posted by Kath on Mar 23, 2009

    People who are completing degree requirements get a special dispensation with respect to pants and are allowed to wear sweats with loose elastic or drawstring waists. Ask me how I know this…

  • Posted by knitchpearls on Mar 24, 2009

    Ahem. I managed to eat an entire box of Samoas. In 3 days.

  • Posted by Ulrika on Mar 23, 2009

    And I totallu indentify with the trouser thing, heh. :)
    Cool cocoons, those!

  • Posted by Heidi on Mar 23, 2009

    oh how I love thin mints, and samoas…. so good.
    shouldn’t be long before you are cultivating silk worms at home LOL.

  • Posted by mindy on Mar 23, 2009

    Pretty yarn. Don’t you love how every available surface becomes a canvas? And if you’ve got girl scout cookies over there, please share…

  • Posted by Carrie on Mar 23, 2009

    Oh how I identify with the crayon thing. (We won’t speak of the trouser thing.) Nice handspun!

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