This is another FatCatKnits fiber, colorway Counterpaint on Falkland, 3.7oz, 357yds, 2-ply.
I'm very happy with the way this yarn turned out. First I LOVE the colorway, it's gorgeous. Ginny said, it's for adventurous people. He!
Still, there was a hick-up during plying. I had to break the single of one bobbin twice, to remove some of it, so the colors would stay together. It's really hard to break the whole fiber into exactly equal halves, and spinning is not always totally even either, so that happens. I still got good yardage out of it. I was thinking of using some natural colored handspun with it, if I'm going to make it into yet another shawl. Ginny (of FatCatKnits) suggested to knit a scarf lengthwise, which shoule also look great.
I've set up my Minstrel spinning wheel in my studio, and have some SAG fiber to work on whenever I have time to be there. My other wheel has some merino/tencel on it, but to tell the truth I'm currently obsessed with my first blanket of this year. I can't put it down. But more about it later.
I wish you all a wonderful weekend!