Hello! I have a new skein fresh off the wheel this week that I'm quite pleased to show you. It's a 2ply with the first ply being spun from a mixed batt of planted dyed merino, silk, BFL and domestic wool in beautiful shades of blue with a hints of lime green and purple from MamaJudes down in Georgia. The second ply was spun from Baby Suri Alpaca in a beautiful natural charcoal grey color from Sunrise Suris in Iowa. It was my first time spinning Baby Suri Alpaca and man it practically spun itself it drafted so easily!
I only got about 100 yards of worsted weight yarn out of the Baby Suri Aplpaca since I could only afford a small 2oz. package. See, I am trying to stick to my fiber budget. Do you have a budget for fiber? Well, I found out I needed one since I overspend at every single fiber festival/show/store I go to. But, to really make my budget stick I have to remove my debit/credit card and checkbook from my wallet and bring only what I can spend in cash. I have no will power you see and am very skilled at talking myself into purchases I don't need. This trick works like a charm though, and I highly recommend it if you have overspending issues. It's sad that I only got a little of a fantastic fiber, but then I have already spun it and it's not just languishing in my stash (this happens to so much fiber and yarn when I overspend).
Hmmm... this post was supposed to be about yarn not budgets. Well, I do tend to go on tangents. I listed this skein in my Etsy shop so stop by and check it out if you are looking for a silky soft squishy yarn treat!
Joining in with Nicole for Keep Calm Craft On.