Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Yarn Along

There's been a fair amount of crafting being done these days.  Not only knitting (which I will talk about in tomorrow's post) but lots of spinning.
The color isn't very well represented.  There's more of a teal tone to it.
I bought it at the New England Fiber Festival two years ago.
I'm spinning it fairly thin and will make a two ply.
When it's all finished it will become another Brickless.

I just can't have enough of those.

So what's going on in your fiber world?  Check out Ginny's blog and be inspired.

13 comments:

wifemomknitter said...

I can see the teal in the spun yarn. It's beautiful.

evensong's januarylily said...

Lovely yarn! What kind of wheel is that? Looks lovely and portable!

Hannah The Knit said...

You are so talented, Donna! I'm in awe of anyone who can spin, especially so after attempting it this year and finding it so very difficult.
I love the blues.

knitinthesquare said...

Very lovely! I had to add that pattern to my library too, lol

Bonny said...

Your yarn is gorgeous! It has all my favorite colors in it and will make a lovely Brickless. I love your orange one and can't wait to see this one!

karen said...

So pretty and I can see that as another brick less, why not!! I have a citron collection and could make another one!!

Carole Julius said...

That's pretty! I really should ply the singles I spun up at SPA.

Janet said...

Beautiful spinning! The colors will make a lovely brickless. I'm curious about your wheel too.

iknead2knit said...

Beautiful!

meghann said...

Can you tell me about your wheel? I started to look through your archives, but I thought it would be easier to just ask. :) xo

Evelyn Hender said...

beautiful yarn :)

Tracey said...

Don't you want to move south, live next door to me and teach me to spin? Gosh, that is just so pretty!

sustainablemum said...

Wow, that looks fantastic, such beautiful colours. Looking forward to seeing it knitted up.

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