Anyhow, after letting her back in the house we introduced Jack to her. After a curious sniff and lick (its a little fuzzy):
she took right to him (i think the smell of milk on his breath helped too):
even sharing the couch with him for a nap:
I think this is the start of a beautiful friendship.
I'm so pleased with this little cat,she is so easygoing and gentle, I'm glad she came to our family.
On the yarny side of things there is nothing new to report. I'm working on a steady string of custom sock orders which keep me very busy. I've not had the chance to do any weaving or spinning, or dyeing or carding for that matter.Maybe in the spring things will slack off a little, i really would like to get to weaving a little, I've been using the kitchen towels i made last year and i absolutely love them.I also want to make several for gifts for the coming ( yes, it is coming again ,even though a while off) Christmas. This time I'll be prepared!!
I'd also like to get to spin a little,i have this very luxurious ,super soft,merino/silk/polwarth/alpaca/corriedale mix I'd like to dye in some fallish colors and spin up into a fingering weight yarn and weave into a soft ,light shawl.
But,for now, knitting socks it is and I'm very content doing it.