Another hank of bobbin scraps. Any bits and odds and ends left over from plying or testing out twist stay on my bobbins until I have enough yardage to make a hank! I always love the way they turn out. This one is full of Brigid, Njor and Eos.
hi hi hi
I was wondering if you were busy later.
:guys, aside from meeting my newest yarn crush, go check out the longdrawyarn blog if you haven’t, her photos and fibers are glorious.:
HI hi hi hi so I was wondering if you were busy later. :guys, aside from meeting my newest yarn crush, go check out the…
Haha! Have I just been referred to as a Yarn Crush!? That’s kind of amazing! I am always around, although not really available for immediate responses until the evening hits. You can always bombard my Ask Box if you’re feeling compelled to get in touch and can’t wait.
That reblog totally made my day.
I try to pick up yarns, it’s an uncontrollable impulse.
Threading beads onto roving. I know most people use a core thread for making beaded yarns, but I prefer the fibre continuity of doing it this way. It’s 100% wool, and all the same wool. It’s also such a loooooooooooong process…but pretty. So pretty!
Did not realize people did this! Awesome, must try.
:is a glutton for punishment and also terrible with corespinning/thread stuff: