These are the tomatoes that we picked one day this week! We have been getting approximately 200 cherry tomatoes almost every day.
I'm not a big fan of the taste of the Yellow Pear tomatoes, I find them a little too meaty. But they are very pretty to look at.
This is the first year that we have grown Red Zebra tomatoes. I have yet to taste them, but they look marvelous.
Yesterday I started spinning up some more Fiesta yarn. Each skein of Fiesta yarn is uniquely different. I love the way this one is turning out.
Isn't it beautiful? I am going to do a little bit more spinning on my fiesta yarn once I am done blogging. With Christmas drawing near I won't be able to blog about everything I am working on, but I'll do my best to keep my blog supplied with other interesting projects.
In the near future I am going to teach a friend how to do some hand-painting. We both purchased some un-dyed merino roving at a fiber festival we went to. I'm looking forward to hand-painting again.
That about covers my projects for now.
Until next time, cheerio my friends!