It is slowly becoming less difficult to get back into the swing of things. My body is recovering, and I am slowly building up my strength and stamina to do the things that need doing. Also, the more I learn about my internal workings, the better my numbers are becoming (i.e., blood pressure and blood glucose). And I’m slowly regaining weight, currently in the mid-140s. So, yaayyyyyy for me, right? Once my weight stabilizes I’ll need to buy all new clothes, but for now I’m content to let everything hang and droop. I mean, with this isolation stuff, who is going to see me anyway, right? Hahaha.
By the way, Thank You to all who have kept in touch over the last many months, to check up on me, inquire as to my progress, and to let me know I’m cared about and not forgotten. I do appreciate the notes of encouragement as I regain my health as best I can.
This weekend I managed to get a full load of Blog Reader Specials dyed up. I might have even figured out how to dye some of the lighter, more pastel-ish colors that I have long been wanting to do. Bold, bright, heavily-saturated colors are terrific, but sometimes the lighter shades are nice, too.
All of these are Phydlbitz Sock (75/25 Superwash Corriedale/Nylon, 430 yards), and are normally $27.00 each. With heavy rains anticipated for much of the coming week, and Monday as a mail holiday, I anticipate these should be ready to ship Wednesday or Thursday. I’ll get them reskeined and ready to go as soon as I can, but I’m still not able to do a full day’s labor all in one day. These should be reskeined with presentation photos and moved to the Blog Reader Specials page by mid-week as well.
These were all dyed as Twinsets; when appropriate I have rotated one skein of each pair so you can see all the various colors that appear on both skeins of a Twinset. You do not have to take both skeins of a pair.
To claim the ones you want, just send me an email with your numbered requests. These are all one-of-a-kind dye jobs, created without recipes, so there’s no guarantee they can be repeated. The one(s) you claim will be the one(s) you get. If you need a larger quantity for a big project, you can certainly request something similar to what was done here, and I will dye your request in a single batch to ensure color compatibility within your project.