Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Silk

Another dyeing experiment, lace weight silk/merino.

Hair Update: It has been 3 weeks now of no shampoo and conditioner. My hair has dramatically improved in the last 3 days. It was so awful I considered not leaving the house over the weekend. I washed it with baking soda on Sunday and it was so soft Monday and Tuesday. So hopefully it is goint to stay this way.


I overheard Grace saying this to Amelia on the weekend - "Milly you be Grace and I'll be Amelia" Hmm....

8 comments:

trashalou said...

My favourite overhear when my two were litle was my girl telling her little brother 'Right, I'll be the big sister, you can be the little brother and Mum can be the mother'

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Just think of teh tricks they can play on their teachers in years to come! Love your latest dyeing foray!

amy said...

Hee Hee they are probably already gearing up for playing tricks on people! And I started the baking soda vinegar thing last week and so far it's ok although it feels a little weird at times. Glad it's going ok for you.

Tea Time and Roses said...

This dyeing went quite well I must say, the yarn is just beautiful!

Smiles...

Beverly

Blåbærpai said...

Hi!
I have been following your blog for some time without commenting. Now I just need to! You make such lovely little figures and ofcourse it's fun to read 'bout your little girls as I've twin boys. They'll be one year on sunday.I have five boys all together.

Do visit my blog!unfortunatly it's in norwegian!Take care.Regards from Blåbærpai- whitch translates to BLUEBERRYPAI!

Stacey said...

Sounds like there's trouble brewing.....

sue said...

Ooh how funny. I didnt realise twins did the swapping thing at such a young age. Love that gorgeous colored yarn too. Perhaps I will need to try that soon.

Angie said...

I wish I'd started the hair thing when I first read about it here...We've been without hot water for 4 weeks now so no-one around here would have noticed as we all look a bit greasy (although my neighbour may have thought something weird was going on if I left her shower smelling of apple cider vinegar!)

TWINS....how fascinating it must be to watch them growing up together.