Meet Me at the Fair
Not only was dear Katmoget nice enough to drop off my entries at the fair, but she also photographed them all. Thanks, K!
So here are all the little skeins lined up:
Left to right: Bamboo/Merino blend, Cormo, beaded merino/tencel, chain-plied BFL, and linen.
Here's the beaded yarn. I'll take another picture when I get it back, because it's hard to see the beads in this light. I did manage to get the beads on the yarn itself, not just on a carrier thread. This was time-consuming, to say the least. But the results are really nice.
And the 3-ply Cormo. It's so squishy and soft. I need more of this roving, because I must envelop myself in this yarn. I suppose I should knit a sweater in order to do that in public.
Bamboo/Merino in "Lunasea" from Blue Moon Fiber Arts. Yes, that's the same colorway as the silk/merino I spun awhile ago. And yes, I did get more of that, too. Just try and keep me away from the Lunasea, I dare you!
I also entered a handspun hat, my sheep puppet, and my Union Square Market Pullover. Why did I enter 8 things? To increase my chances of winning something, of course. Ribbons=Money. Money=Fiber.