Monday, July 29, 2019

Fiber and fur

As promised, here's what I accomplished during Tour de Fleece this year:

The light blue is dyed Rambouillet, a new-to-me fiber. I spun the 105g and then worked on plying it, but didn't finish that until today:

The black is one of the dyed Shetland tops in a sample bag from Jamieson & Smith. It was my 'traveling spin' once I started plying the Rambo (in other words, it got a lot of action during all our driving yesterday!).

When I stopped by the small animal clinic today to pick up Adequan for Jackson, I got to meet Zoey. Isn't she a cutie?

We have cuties at home, too, of course. Time for a Chuckie fix!

That's it for now from . . .


Retired Knitter said...

That Chuckie! He is such a ham in front of the camera.

Retired Knitter said...

Your spinning is ALWAYS SO PERFECT!!!

Michelle said...

I don't know about being a 'ham,' he just loves attention! And my spinning isn't perfect (that's what commercial yarns are for!), but this fiber was easy to spin well.

Mama Pea said...

Your spinning isn't perfect? You sure coulda fooled me! That Chuckie . . . he's a lover, for sure!