Tuesday, 18 November 2008

Spinning BFL

Along with my spinning wheel I got that beautiful sliver from her.

The aqua-blue-spruce looks now more like this

I love how it turned out! I tried my very best to spin thicker than usual. This is about 100m/ 100g, so mission accomplished.

I know, I know, it is not perfect yet. I do have to practice and to learn a lot, but it is getting somewhere.

And this is the reddish BFL I posted about earlier. Yes, you are looking at a lot of small skeins. That is what one gets when having a 4 year old with a new pair of Ladybird scissors near a drying hank.

8 comments:

Myrthestiek said...

Oops that's not where this scissors were meant for D.

Lovely job you did spinning. It's looking beautiful.

knittinwolf said...

So pretty! Love the colors!

Judith said...

Lovely skein of blue-ish handspun.

Oh my, little ones and scissors, often a bad combo....

Best wishes,
Judith

MORGAN said...

haha, die D. toch!
(Sarah heeft pas zo papa zijn sok volledig opengeknipt terwijl hij ze droeg en zij bij zijn bureaustoel op de grond zat te 'spelen')

héél mooie wolletjes weer!

Olga said...

Very good wordk! Also D's cutting job ;-))

Sokssawat said...

Beautiful!

Christel said...

Her cutting is really well done :)

The blue yarn is gorgeous

Darcys Knotty Knitter said...

The yarn is gorgeous you are spinning beautifully:)Alora tried to cut the yarn Daddy was knitting your hat with today he had to tell her to not even.lol Hugs Darcy