It's me!...the doting yarn spinner....catching a few snapshots of my mighty fine yarn...smile.
My thank yous to Patsy for passing this award along to me and Congratulations to you Patsy for your very special blog!(which I always enjoy visiting!) Now, I want to share the honors also. These special blog friends....bless my heart with their love for Jesus Christ, our Lord and Saviour. My sisters in Christ.
Saija's blog..."Thro' a Glass Darkly"
Senkyoshi's blog...'Life in the 10/40 Window'
Connie's blog...'Connie's Thoughts from the Heart'
Mary's blog...'The Way It Is'
Mrs. Mac's blog...'Whatever Happened to'
This handful of wool from my trash bag...turned into the fluffy clean wool you see in the other picture. Those wool combs are nothing short of wonderful the way they can transform what was on the way to being discarded. I've been busy as a bee working with my wool and loving it.
This is my first attempt at 'novelty' yarn and what a time I had with it. Pain in the neck to be sure! I was excited about trying this but apparently I have a lot to learn...lol. Most of the bits and pieces I added fell out along the way during the spinning process.
These 'rovings' hanging up are from batts that came from the carder that have been gently pulled into 'roving', ready to spin. I love to feel these soft loops of wool hanging over my arm as I spin from them. Last night I learned how to make 'rolags' from batts that are wonderful to work with. I'm ever learning!
Ready, get set, Spin!