It's a lazy Sunday here chez Knit/Wit. Rainbow and I are both on vacation for the coming week, so while we did have to wake up at a reasonable hour this morning for (online) Sunday School, I technically won't have to set an alarm again until December 1.
Looking ahead to the week off, we've discussed some plans for what to do each day (because there is cooking and baking that needs to be done for Thanksgiving), but it's looking like there is going to be plenty of free time for crafting. I'm actually wondering if I can get my 20 in 2020 fiber list completely taken care of. I have finished the skein that you saw the start of last week, and I am absolutely delighted with it.
This was spun from Bond wool dyed by David of Southern Cross Fibre; the colorway was Land Under Wave. I simply spun the fiber from one end to the other and chain-plied the resulting singles so that I could maintain the colors as much as possible.
On the left is Bond in the colorway Esmerelda; on the right is organic merino in Triumph. I'm still debating how to to spin these (chain-plied fingering weight? slightly heavier two-ply?), so any input is welcome!