The war on moths continues. I haven't seen any of the flying devils since last week but I understand from my research that you can't let your guard down. About 90% of my stash was already in zip lock bags, this scare means now all of it is. Food has been banished from my little freezer - to make room for the yarn. Each bag is being frozen for 3 days - it'll take a while to get through all of it!
In more positive news I've finished the first repeat of the centre of the Wedding Ring Shawl.
I was quite chuffed until I did the foolish thing of calculating the total number of stitches in the shawl.
My rough math says it's over 313,000 stitches. So, my first repeat (16,926 stitches) is about 5% of the total shawl.
I'm knitting the shawl with a cashmere silk blend gossamer yarn that is thread-like thin from Heirloom Knitting. It's gorgeously soft and my only (slight) quibble is that it is a bit splitty sometimes. I was amazed that yarn that thin could split - but it can!