I have a lovely little stash of unspun roving, both Merino and BFL, in my studio. As much as I always thinks I'm going to find some time to spin, it never seems to happen. My sweet friends at Hyena Cart, one of my favorite places to buy hand-spun and dyed yarn and other handmade goods, suggested a number of spinners to me, so I'm sending some of my fiber off to be turned, as if by magic, into yarn.
This first batch is going off to the lovely Laura at Splendor. Her yarn is so beautiful and I hear such nice things about her, that I can hardly wait to see it!
My fiber is off to Washington state, one of my favorite parts of the country. I can't wait to see what it is going to look like when it comes back to me!
2 thoughts on “Fiber to Yarn”
I would be happy to spin some of that roving for you.
I was going to give you a skein of 3-ply yarn that I spun from some roving you gave me last year. Turned out really nice, great for socks or lace.