Sunday, August 25, 2019

Two Down, One to Go

It's been a busy, fun weekend, so not very much spinning has happened, but I've done enough to finish up bobbin number two! That means there is less spinning remaining than I've already done, and that's a good feeling.

As with the first bobbin, I could have fit more on the second, but I thought it was sufficiently full to stop. If I fill up the third bobbin and have fiber bundles remaining, I can always squeeze on some additional singles.

Here's a closer look at the bobbins:

I haven't been micromanaging the colors at all, so I'm very interested to see what the plied yarn looks like. I'm hoping that the greens, blues, and purples will be very blended throughout. I'm sure there will be sections where one color will predominate, but I'm hoping to get an even distribution throughout all the yarn. Let's hope that my desire to see the finished yarn will be sufficient motivation to finish up the third bobbin of singles!


  1. You can do it! I'm also anxious to see what the color distribution looks like in your final yarn.

  2. Those colors are beautiful ... and is what's in the bag likely to be "just" one bobbin? wow, it looks like a LOT of fiber!

  3. I can't wait to see this all plied up! I love the intensity of the colors when they are spun!