I'm pretty much back from my self-imposed knitting vacation of last week. The overall week was ever-so-slightly trying.
I got plenty of spinning done in the evenings, and I managed to do one fiber-related craft item that had been sitting in my Stash for quite some time. So I pulled it out to work on it, while I couldn't knit.
I had a kit from Lorna's Wool of these adorable felted sheep. The kit came with a felted egg, needles, some pretty silver & white locks, and some colored wool (fit only for felting as some of it was matted and there was lots of VM in it).
The instructions were pretty clear, and it took a bit to work the legs & head, but once I got the hang of it, it was relatively simple. However, I'm not quite sure felting is for "me", per se. I kept looking at all of the wool and thinking I could spin it (neps, matts, and all)....although I knew it'd be nasty to spin.
I guess I'm just not a felter at heart. Although I do love these sheep.
The black sheep is "Henry"
The white sheep is "Henrietta"
Don't ask me why I named those sheep in that fashion. They just "looked" like a Henry and Henrietta.