So I'll start out with the latest of the Bahama Blues... And what will be the *last* of the Bahama Blues! First, the latest singles, then the latest Navajo ply:
And the coolest shot of that:
And the Navajo ply version:
(yeah, I'm using Frankenspindle again. I can't find my normal plying spindle.)
But then, *this* is all I have left to finish spinning!!!
I think it's only 4 ounces or less, possibly even only 2 or 3, but since we can't find the scale, I'll have to estimate.
Now on to the shopping! First there's the ButterflyGirlDesigns spindle from before the Homespun Yarn Party:
It's Murano glass, and feels to weigh almost 2oz. Heavy for such a delicate looking spindle, but I'm trying to work in thicker yarns, so this could really do some good. :)
Then there's the Italian spindle from Serendipitous Ewe:
It's about an ounce, much lighter than the Murano glass one... Even though the glass one looks lighter:
However, I also purchased a little fluff explicitly for the purpose of the May spinning challenge, also known as Irony:
Okay, I went with irony colors. Maybe closer to coppery than irony, but you know what I mean. It's a random sort of fibers from Felt Forest & Gnomegarden. :)
Now the score of the day: Superwash merino so I can learn how to dye!
That's almost a whole pound! I think I'll be learning for quite some time to come... :) That pound was from the Sanguine Griffen.
Knitterly Things, on the other hand, had some beautiful pre-dyed superwash merino!
And of course, there were the Celtic Mystery superwash, angelina, and firestar batts from Wild Hare. I'm thinking a pair of socks is going to come out this set!
I am going to be busy for a while...