Saturday, May 24, 2008

Big Bowla Froot Loops

What did I have for breakfast? Froot Loops of course! Breakfast of champions!


Next up at batt (batt! Get it!?!) is this little guy. He is the littlest one in my stash-weighing in at just over 3 oz. His name is Grover and he is from Rainbow Fleece Farm. Isn't he just the cutest little thing with those dribs and drabs of turquoise?
I picked him because I was afraid he was getting monkey stomped by the bigger kids in the stash. I'm going to try to spin him into the thinnest singles humanly possible. He'll make lovely socks. We'll show those big kids, Grover! Doncha worry 'bout a thing!

9 comments:

knitnzu said...

Look at you go! wow!

Elizabeth said...

Lovely lovely lovely. I love that Froot Loops yarn. Can't wait to see the purple.

Linda L. said...

Wow. You seriously need to consider entering the Handspun yarn contest at the WI Sheep and Wool festival. If I were a judge, I'd give you the gold!

Cindy G said...

Yummy, Yummy, Yummy, I got love in my tummy.

The Froot Loops are (is?) terrific. Definitely looking forward to Grover.

Da-ptog said...

Yarn and knitting stuff is nice and all but I think you should always include a pic of those adorable Canines with every entry. Dare I say I demand? :o)

Mo said...

I want a bowl of froot loops from Molly Bee's...but hold the milk please!

Kitty Mommy said...

Mmmmm...yummy, yummy fruit loops!! And I think the big boys will be sorry they ever dissed cute little Grover! He's gonna be gorgeous, too.

MadCityMike said...

Beautiful yarn, Molly Bee! I hope to be sending you a few pics soon of my 1st attempts at spinning. As always, you're inspiring!

YarnThrower said...

Your yarn is fabulous!!

I'll be watching with great interest as you spin grover and then make it into socks... It's hard for me to believe that it is enough fiber there for a full pair of socks, though I've never spun anything, so I'm totally not calibrated..... You go girl!