Bl0ggers are wonderful and current spin/knit status
I find her advice very useful so this morning I duly followed her instructions by ringing my utility company and getting my annual KWH usage which is useful for checking costs. Then it was off to the comparison sites recommended.
ALL of them gave my current utility company as the best for dual fuel, but ALL of them also said I could save £220+ per year. Very strange methinks so back to the telephone and ring the utility company I go.
"Oh yes" the girl said, "that tariff has just been released today" When asked why they don't tell their customers she said they never do when they change. I wonder why?
The upshot is I am still with the same company but on a capped tariff for 12 months with no tie in should I choose to change. I save £20 per month in doing so.
Have you checked what you are paying lately? If not then do go and read BW's enlightening post from yesterday. It may save you money also.
Now I promised pictures of the current work on the needles.
Here you see the Solstice Shawl, 3 strands of assorted yarns that change occasionally as you can see. 1 thread is always glitter to celebrate the return of the light at solstice.
The next is a sock in my own handspun:). I am so proud of being able to say that, silly but there you are.
These will be for me I think.