- which I then proceeded to felt. Each of the colors is a different type of wool, so they all felted differently, some more thoroughly than others. I keep my roving and other spinning paraphernalia in it now. It's pretty big:
I've since made lots of other yarn:
On the wheel right now is what I'm producing with the last of my roving. I have only a few ounces left of two types of roving, an unknown purple sheep's wool, and gray Suffolk, which is kind of coarse :
That's not plied yarn on the bobbin. I'm just putting the two fibers together and drafting them out together to spin. I've put it on hold, though, until I can get back to it:
But I did ply a dyed merino yarn that I made, with an undyed blue faced Leicester (the white) yarn that I made, and it created what I refer to as 'candy cane' yarn. I'm in the middle of knitting what I've termed 'peppermint mittens' with it:
I'm having lots of fun and my yarn is improving little by little each time I spin.