Here are the two bobbins of singles, ready to ply.
Now there is a full bobbin of plyed yarn.
And a finished skein, ready to wash and dry! That means I met my goal for the Tour de Fleece!
OK, I realize that this is not an enormous amount of spinning, but it's more than I've done in the past year.
It turned out all soft and yummy. Well, it should, considering that I started with Merino wool. I'd have had to do something awful to it in order to mess it up.
I've been looking at the skeins that the Yarn Harlot has been churning out, and I feel like I'm going to have to do a lot of spinning to catch up to her beautiful color combinations. She really does beautiful work.
The last day of Comic Con is here, and it's the big day for John and Steve Canyon fans.
It's a long ride for him to get there, a long day, and a long ride home, so I probably won't know how it went until tomorrow.
In the meantime, G4 is not covering the con today, and although I thought I told the DVR to record days 1, 2 and 3, it only recorded 1 and 2. I couldn't find day three anywhere on their schedule, and I could've sworn it was listed earlier.
I haven't gone through and watched what I did record of Comic Con yet. From Thursday night on, there have been so many things I wanted to watch on TV that there isn't enough room on the DVR to store them. So, I've been watching all the things that I wanted to get off the disk and then removing them.
But today isn't helping, because the SciFi Channel is running Eureka during the daytime. They'll be doing that again on Tuesday, followed by the premier of the new season. I love Eureka!
More knitting news tomorrow! This is exciting!
Have a great Sunday!