Autumn in handspun

My great intentions of 20 minutes and 1oz a day lasted until I had spun up all my Autumnal fiber, but then, as I could have predicted, my plans fell by the wayside, just as much as my inability to share with you the final yardage! So here is a catch up. I don’t think I need to even say how much I love how Carin Engen‘s hand dyed Merino and Corridale fiber spun up, I’ll let pictures speak for themselves. I decided to leave it as singles, and even though I have a lot of room for improvement my spinning is coming back to me, and this yarn is already on the needles, creating the most amazing fabric!

With hopes to get back to my 1oz a day regime I have some Romney fiber from Yolo Wool Mill filling my bobbin right now, naturally dyed with Coffee and Rhubarb. It feels more like Spring to me.

4 thoughts on “Autumn in handspun

  1. Absolutely beautiful! I’ve never tried spinning wool before but those pictures are enticing me to give it a try. Can’t wait to see what you are knitting up with the Autumnal yarn. 🙂

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