piranha: red origami crane (Default)
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below is a sample of the wool, above the 2 bobbins. i'm quite pleased with how the singles came out; it's not hideous for a first effort. i ended up using mostly a modified longdraw. the prep wasn't right for an actual one, i had to keep more control over the twist because the fibre release from the draft wasn't always even. but drawing long was generally much faster and also smoother, and it gave me lots of room in which to smooth out occasional blobby bits. it'll be thick-n-thin in places (beyond beginner's accidents), because i was purposefully trying to spin as thin as possible at times, and later also to spin specific thicknesses.

i really like the variegation of the wool; it goes from a very light grey to a very dark one. i bought about a pound and a half; wonder how much yarn that's gonna make.

and now i learn to ply.

on 2009-10-29 08:17 (UTC)
nitoda: sparkly running deer, one of which has exploded into stars (Default)
Posted by [personal profile] nitoda
It looks beautiful. :-)

on 2009-10-29 08:50 (UTC)
rising: a woodcut-style image of a knife held in a hand. (zipper)
Posted by [personal profile] rising
Pretty pretty, jealousy abounds. Pretty wool, too. Some sort of coin in the pictures for comparison on the thinness of the singles?

on 2009-10-29 16:39 (UTC)
zarhooie: Girl on a blueberry bramble looking happy. Text: Kat (Default)
Posted by [personal profile] zarhooie
Those spun up gorgeously!


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