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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Spinning


Believe it or not, I've been doing some spinning lately. When we moved, both wheels had projects in progress on them, so the extra wool and notes were packed with the wheel parts and forgotten about until I unpacked them here. This is the second bobbin of Polworth singles, spun semi woolen, which is why they are so fluffy. These singles are actually fluffier than the first bobbin of singles. I had no definite plan for this yarn, but had originally thought of doing a 3 ply for a sweater. Without a definite plan, I don't really know how I want to spin the sweater yarn, so I'll probably just ply the first two bobbins and use the yarn for lace. I'll still have plenty of Polworth left for a sweater later, when I know what kind of project I'm wanting the yarn for. I'm wanting to spin some laceweight yarn for this (the Polworth isn't telling me it wants to be this project), so I'll probably go stash diving later today or tomorrow and see what I come up with.

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Blogger Vanessa said...

It looks like a soft billowy cloud that I could just float upon. Awesome!!!!

2:41 PM  

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