I haven't had time in the last week to spin at my wheel due to being sick. When sick I just don't have the focus I need for spinning. So, last night I sat myself down and spun up the rest of my "A Wee Garden Path" batts from mamajudes. That single along with another single of Blue Faced Leicester/Tussah Silk that I had spun earlier made more of the yarn that I used for this project. Since I'm making mittens to match my mother's hat I thought I too would like matching mittens for my Mother's Day hat.
Here is the yarn on my niddy noddy which is used to wind the yarn from the spinning wheel bobbin into a skein. Please excuse the dark photo; it's rather gloomy here in MN this morning.
And here is the yarn wound into a skein. Next, I just need to soak it in water to set the twist, hang it to dry and lastly wind it on my ball winder. Then I'm ready to start knitting this pattern!
I chose a simple plain mitten pattern as the yarn itself is really the focus. What are you up to on this Friday morning?
Joining in with Linda for Creative Friday