We had a fabulous holiday at Port Willunga. In spite of the warm weather, I did a lot of spinning. I have three fat bobbins of naturally dyed wool waiting for plying and I three-plied this rather lovely wool and silk blend by Wren and Ollie, a relatively new local business.
Here is the resulting yarn.
It came with a tiny lucky dip batt. I spun it up finely and three ply was the theme of the moment. I could’t resist using the photo opportunities of the lovely beach shack we were staying in. The low turret on the front right seems to be an acorn cap, for those wondering about scale.
Finally, I had several small batts of alpaca that began in natural shades of grey which I then dyed with eucalyptus, leavng the deepest grey in its natural state. I turned them into a gradient yarn.
One final photo just for fun…
6 responses to “Holiday spinning”
beautiful! And that little castle is so cute.
That alpaca gradient yarn is spectacular! Nice work on all of them. 🙂
Thanks, lovely 🙂 It’s always good when things work out the way you imagined them… or better…
I love the Alpaca … those colours…. could I purchase or even better barter for a skein or two ?
Let’s chat! I am so glad you like it! I’m in Perth for the moment…
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