12 July 2010


Nefertiti is on hold while I deal with a painful not enough yarn situation and some of the things I've been working on are either in transit in a swap package or parts for other bigger projects so I've been sort of short on blog-able projects this month.

One thing that is going right is some spinning I started based on a character in A Civil Campaign by Lois McMaster Bujold. I haven't read the book myself but Alys' loves fireworks and so do I. The project is a part of workshop at Fantasia on Ravelry.

I started with some cream colored wool and a bag of sari silk shreds.

Then I combed them together.

I spun up half this afternoon while watching my boyo skate.

That's where I'm stumped. The texture would be great as a single so I could keep spinning and finish it that way. I always do two ply so I keep wanting to try something different. On the other hand, I wish the color was more concentrated and I feel like plying would do that. Decisions, decisions, decisions...

1 comment:

  1. ooooooooo

    very very pretty! I love the little pieces combed in!