So, I was pretty busy this past weekend. I did do a craft show, that, well, wasn't good. I only sold *one* thing!? It was the first time I didn't at least make my fee back! But, I do have to say it was a really well-organized and nicely run show. They did something that I thought was really nice, and especially helpful since I usually do shows alone--they included"menus" for their food items in our packets . . . and came around and collected our orders and then . . . . delivered us lunch! Very nice!
While at the show, I spun up a yarn! I listed it last night, and it has actually already sold, but here is a picture anyways:
It was spun from domestic wool and Navajo plied. The wool was handdyed by The Yarn Wench.
After the show, I tried to relax and actually fell asleep early . . . only to wake up around 10:30 pm . . . and decided to spin up the fiber I had prepped at the show . . . these are two single ply skeins spun from domestic wool also dyed by the Yarn Wench. The colorway was called "Broken Heart".
Then, on Sunday, my goal was to spin up the handdyed merino wool I got from TerraBellaSpun. The first was called "Nights of Armor", and from it, novelty yarns, lots of silver and gray angelina, and thread, I spun up two skeins of "Gothic Valentine".
The second batch of wool was called "Autumn". The first half, I spun and plied with Online Linie Smash eyelash yarn, which happened to match *perfectly*!
And, the second half, I spun into a thick/thin single, spun in the remaining eyelash yarn, and plied with thread:
And, finally, there was the 8 oz of Bamboo Fiber I got from the FiberLady. These colors just spoke to me, and I spun a simple single ply from each batch:
Here is a shot of the weekend's work!
As always, you can see more pictures HERE ON FLICKR, and these yarns will soon be listed on MY WEBSITE and/or ETSY!