This is my handspun effort plyed and drying (very slowly in this arctic weather) by the window. I really hope I've spun enough for the Milo I plan to cast on this evening (if it ever dries). It's turned out kinda fingering here and bulky there. Knitting with it will be a bit of an adventure. One day I'll be able to spin evenly and to a particular requirement. For now we'll have to settle for the rustic look!
You can't tell from the photo, but the roving was pale blue and maroon, a
bit of an odd pairing if you ask me, but now that its spun and plyed
its morphed into an all over purple colour, which is a pleasant
surprise. Good things can happen when you step outside your comfort
Starting The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe tonight. I'm so happy to finally know who they all are and where they all come from after 30ish years.