Besides not getting a lot of knitting done this week, even less was accomplished with my fiber and on the spinning side. Only 1 oz (quarter of the February 2016 Spunky Eclectic Club bump) is on a bobbin. It’s Farmer’s (BFL) Sheepswool in “Aspens.” But I do find spinning extremely relaxing and therapeutic, which might come in handy as we wait to see how Irma’s journey through Florida shakes out.
To attempt to complete at least one year’s worth of Spunky Club spinning in the near future, here are the next couple of bumps so I can attempt to make progress on the skeins needed for The Prophet’s memory blanket:
March 2016 Po-Mo-Silk (65% Polwarth, 25% Mohair and 10% Silk in “Black Pillar.”
April 2016 Manx Loaghton Sheepswool in “Big Thaw.”
May 2016 Wensleydale Sheepswool in “Island Dreams.”
June 2016 Cheviot Sheepwsool in “Easy Peasy.”
Actually really looking forward to these spins as they are all new spins (except Wensleydale) to me.