Well, it's been a bit! I've been working very early the last couple Fridays, with evening plans to boot, so I've missed some Fridays. Meanwhile, this Wednesday...I didn't HAVE any WIP - since I hadn't yet settled on my Ravellenic Games project - and therefore very little to say for myself. But now I'm finally around on Friday - if rather busy - and can quickly take a few minutes to show off the vast amount of spinning that I got done during Tour de Fleece!! :)
I tried my hand at spinning angora for the first time!
1 ounce, Navajo plied, around 40 yards. :)
While I was experimenting with fibers, I also took a stab at the silk cap that I had bought!
Also 1 ounce, also Navajo plied, but it's sooooo thin, I ended up with 110 yards!
Everything else I tackled was sheep-y. I did some "confetti" - boring old wool with bits of multi-colored yarn mixed in...
And I spun some lovely superfine merino that I had bought, the braid felt like a dream, and I tried my hand at fractal plying - no idea if it worked...
Of course, I did a bunch more of the spinning of the fiber that I prepped and dyed myself...
Finished the first pound!
All in all, I did about 2 pounds worth of spinning during Tour de Fleece. But man, I need a break! So it's time to drive myself insane crocheting for the Ravellenic Games. ;) Here's the whole TdF stash!!
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