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Spinning Saturday

I am often spinning more than one fiber and more than one method. This week I’ve been working on an unknown wool that I purchased from Canadian Wool Growers in Carleton Place Ontario. The fiber was washed when I picked it up so I carded some to see what it was like.  

This is not a soft, luxurious fiber but will do nicely for mitts or as a warp on my loom. I’m currently using a spindle purchased last May and had no make attached. Spins like a dream.  I haven’t decided if this should be 2 or 3 ply. As it’s going into my stash I’m undecided. Also, should I dye it or leave it as it is?  Oh the decisions of spinners!

Are you working on your craft/art today?

One comment on “Spinning Saturday

  1. Wonderful! What a talent it is to be able to spin wool. ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

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