Our cats can be really gross. Granted, they haven't done this yet (though Chester's litterbox adventures come close), but still.
Take, for example, Claude's dining habits. Despite having a perfectly decent food dish heaped with kibble, he insists on dropping food on the floor before eating.
He then leaves portions behind.
Chester, being the sort of cat who never lets (a chance to eat Claude's) food go to waste, sails in as soon as Claude walks away, hoovers up the remnants...
...and leaves a glaze of cat spit on the floor. I'd better go get the soap again.
In tidier news, I spun up some more Blue-Faced Leicester. It's squooshy! There should be enough for a hat once it's combined with the white BLF from earlier.
I also started a narrow Hydrangea Lace Scarf using yarn I spun from a merino-silk blend.
That stripe really is there. I hope there are more light patches in the yarn or else that one band is going to look pretty silly.
I spun up the other superwash merino roving I had bought from etsy. I made a 3-ply yarn using the fractal method described in Spin-Off Summer 2007, but in hindsight I think I should have Navajo plied, because that really lovely teal in the singles was overpowered by all of the pink.
Cindy sent some info on yardage for the Baby Surprise Jacket (thanks!). The 200-ish yards I have of chocolate and cherries yarn is nowhere near enough, but luckily I already have some white sportweight sock yarn at home. Hooray!