Friday, December 01, 2006

Using the 'no' in 'snow'

NO going out.

Here's what I did instead:

I turned this
Into this:
Bobbin #1
Bobbin #2
And then this!
Ta Daaaaa!
I love spinning targhee! It's sproingy.


Fiber: Targhee, Combed Top ~ 8 oz
from Woodland Woolworks, Carlton, Or.
Dyed by Mountain Colors
Color: Mountain Tango
Results: 775 yards, 2-ply, 11-15 wpi (it varies, what can I say?)
Spun on my Betty Roberts Russian Olive spinning wheel


Melinda said...

Pretty! I've been spinning undyed alpaca, which is nice and all, but I'm starting to miss color. I may have to go raid the fiber stash...

vanessa said...

a perfect post!

Carrie said...

That wheel is so pretty you're going to get people to spin just to have it in their homes. Do you have kids? How old? In other words, how long do I have to wait until I can do beautiful stuff like you??

gnomiejo said...

Wow. I am really trying to resist the desire to spin but when I see your posts I am totally inspired and intrigued!

TMK said...

PLEEEEZ bring this yarn to Ferals tomorrow night! I must see it in person and pester you with questions about why your bobbins look so pretty. ;-) TMK

PAB said...

Hi Rebecca,
I still can't believe that top turned into that yarn. And I still want it - 10 or 12 skeins please ;-)