What do we have here?  Why, It’s a Sleeve!  and it would appear to be ½ way done! But wait, there’s more …..


an example of my latest spinning attempt. Tonight is our spinning guild meeting —- I love this group. Last month, we were sent home with some kind of fiber, dyed in some kind of natural manner and told to play around with blending the colors. Seeing as I have no combs and even less patience, I ran the whole lot through the drum carder.

Do you think I need to start paying better attention during spinning guild? I hope I didn’t overwhelm you with all of those technical details. if I start blogging about it, then I can at least google myself for details.

woo-hoo! do I like the sound of that!

ps.  I know I promised threatened to forgo blogging and ride on the coat tails of linkage, but I can’t seem to resist you people!

8 thoughts on “

  1. I have to admit, that I am one of the people that found you through Margene but I added you to my favorites because of you. Keep up the fun!

  2. The stitching on the sleeve looks great, I’m having “skill” envy just looking at it.

    I think you’re spinning looks great, stop being so hard on yourself!

  3. I really like the handspun. Lovely colors. And the sleeve? Well, I’m evil and still haven’t picked up my Celtic Dreams, but I’ve been working on my sister’s Christmas present. Really, I have. That’s my excuse and I’m sticking to it!

  4. The sleeve looks GREAT! You’re making some mighty fine progress. Have fun at guild. I know you will. If not, you can fall back on giggling, gaggling, googling…

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