Over the past couple of weeks I haven't been able to indulge my fibre arts as much as I would like to, mainly due to my impending assignments and other study related tasks. So I found myself drawn to spinning more than knitting and crochet at the moment, especially when time is short, I can easily fit in a few minutes of spinning here and there without having to think about where I am at. And when I get into a rhythm when my wheel hums and the fibre just flows through my finger tips, ahhh, it's sheer bliss :)
Stormy Night: this is a blend of
baby wool, alpaca and mohair. All dyed with food colours and hand
carded, it's a 2-ply, roughly DK weight.
World of Wool
in the Virgo colourway, a merino/silk blend. I love merino silk blend,
such a fabulous combination, the resulting yarn is so soft and squishy.
This is also a 2-ply but a fingering weight, I actually spun 2 skeins.
Bengido Sheep & Wool Show in July. I'd pledged 20 skeins so there are still quite a few to make up, back to the spinning wheel!
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