Another example of how light values dilute (above) and darker values (below) intensify their neighbouring colours.....the light yarn is a pale heathered blue, the darker colour a very deep navy - almost black
Well, what they say is true - it is much easier to prevent nausea than get rid of it once it develops. After medicating myself thoroughly last night I can say that while I'm not feeling completely myself, I don't feel nasty.
They also recommend light exercise - the usual recommendation is walking. Well, my walking is being done on the treadles of my loom, so to speak. :) So far I've woven two shawls today and feel well enough that I could probably do one more but instead of weaving I think I'll work on spooling the next warp yarns and try to tackle some of that mountain range of fringe twisting.
The weaving is the easy part for me. It's getting the finishing done, especially dealing with the fringes, that bogs me down. Which is why I used to look for fringe twisting elves, but right now I really can't afford to hire someone else to do something that I can do, just that I prefer not to do.
I've taped a bunch of tv shows and will use them to entice me to settle down and get going on the twisting. It's not the sort of job that I like to do in company with others as I count how many twists I put in each bout, which sort of interferes with conversation.
Currently reading Frostbitten by Kelley Armstrong