She selects wool and flax and works with eager hands. Prov. 31:13
The spinning looks great, as does the project in progress! I need to work on some worsted weight yarn this week. I hope that it turns out as nicely as yours!
That is so cool to see your progression from roving to knitting. As someone who knows nothing about spinning, it's really neat to see how you get from wool to an end project.Hope you received your little surprise in the mail. :)
You need to change little bit of your "About Me" section, Tracy. You 're definitely not a "novice" spinner anymore. The yarn looks wonderful.Thanks for including the link to the short row socks tutorial in your last post. I've been wanting to try it.
That is one beautiful and squooshy looking yarn! It should make a warm and lovely scarf. Nice work!
Gorgeous. Your spinning is always impressive!
I love how that yarn looks - it's so textured and squishy looking.
That really looks nice. I can't wait to see what it is when it's finished! The yarn really looks so smooth. You are getting better and better!
The yarn is gorgeous!
Thank you for commenting!~Tracy