I couldn’t help myself – I went a little photo crazy with my latest handspun! I think you can see why…
This top had such great blocks of colour, and I really wanted to preserve them. So I split the top vertically all the way down the length, and spun each half separately from end to end.
Then I chain-plied the singles into a very light, 3ply yarn.
I thought I had done a pretty good job of splitting the top evenly, but one skein is 15g heavier than the other! The heavy skein is also a touch thicker overall.
Fibre: Into the Whirled Targhee Top, purchased at Rhinebeck 2015
Structure: split lengthwise and spun end to end, chain plied
Skein 1: 49g, 259 yds
Skein 2: 65g, 270 yds
Total: 114g, 529 yds
Gorgeous photography. I so admire your camera skills.
LOVE your spinning! (and as already mentioned your camera skills!) note to myself: measure more often :P I always forget :)
Absolutely gorgeous. Great work.
So pretty! One day I want to be this good at spinning.