My 2nd handspun:
I’m still trying to get the hang of it but I’m still pleased with the end result, lumpy-bumpy though it may be. And now, for my next trick, processing a raw fleece for spinning. If we ever get some non-rainy weather. Maybe in September?
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I have been learning to spin and dye as I process raw wool. As to better weather, I think the quickest way to bring in a thunderstorm is setting out wool to dry! No rain dances needed here. :)
Pretty colors! Did you do the dying? I love your combo. Some day I will learn to ply. Maybe. I’ve also done the raw fleece thing. It’s the kind of thing that you do once just to say you’ve done it. That is, of course, unless you live on a sheep ranch. Farm? Ranch. Whatevah.
Nice yarn! Tell the truth: Have you worn it around your neck so you could pet and admire it? I almost always do that. :-)
I know that bug…’processing raw fleece…how hard can it be???’ And then there’s that ‘I can dye it, too!’ bug…that I have so far maintain my immunity, too…barely.
Really lovely yarn. I just love spinning, but haven’t had much time for it lately, all caught up with the quilting and sewing of things for the grandbebes.
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