Good thing I have photos - I would've forgotten what I had been doing!
Socks. I dyed the fiber myself - Corriedale top, ~125g. I added the 25g of white when I thought that the 100g of dyed wouldn't be enough.
The top became 3 bobbins of singles.
Which became this yarn, ~14-15wpi.
Then into these socks. I made them up from two different patterns and Rav'd here.
Then I tried spinning some fine Merino. It wasn't very easy, so I ended up stripping the top very thinly and spinning from that.
It was not the most fun I have had. Maybe more practice is needed? It created a thick and thin yarn, that was very soft and squooshy, I didn't have a lot, but it was enough for this.
During this time I found Corgi Hill Farm on etsy. Love her fiber! As is evident from my last post with the shawl. I also had some Rambouillet from there. This is quite like Merino, in that it is soft and fine. So I dove right in to give it a try. Still not much luck lol Though it wasn't as thick and thin as the merino. But I couldn't fit any more on my bobbin when plying - I had to hand wind the last few metres on :)
Also there was a very small hat for a friends newborn. Shown on a rather large headed Cabbage Patch doll.
'Til next post! Hopefully that won't be long, as I have been joining in with the Tour De Fleece on Ravelry :)