I'll check them in the morning and make sure they're ok before taking them to school. In the meantime here's some photo's for those of you who aren't squeemish. Oh, and by the way, they don't feel slimy, they're quite dry like enormous caterpillars.
|Size comparison against Thomas' finger|
|Eggs on the centre right of the picture, similar size to fish oil capsules.|
|Our pair of huhu grubs which are now keeping eachother company awaiting school tomorrow.|
Knitting - I'm almost finished the first cabled section on the Garnet sock (the second one) and it's looking good, really looking forward to finishing this so I can wear the pair
Waiting on yarn for the test-knit for Wandering Cat Yarns, I'll email once I get it so I can get the pattern.
My handspun mohair is going to be paired with some very fine Merino to knit the lace cuffs as the yarn needs stabilising.
Spinning - I've finished the singles of my Alpaca/Silk and tomorrow I'm hoping to ply it
|4 bobbins of Alpaca/silk|
My next spin will be to go back to the Gotland, but I'm going to prep it with the handcards first and see if I get a better result with the rolags than the commercial prep.
Sewing - curtains are coming along. I'm not enjoying it, just so much fabric to wrestle! All the drops are now seamed together though for the main fabric and the lining. Tomorrow I'll clear the lounge floor and turn up the hems on both lots so I can then attach them together. I'll have to put the new tracks up too.