Fiber Lust

Last week Abby and I decided to do a fiber swap. We’ve known each other online for a while, yet we never had any of each other’s fibers. If you read down past her magnificent article on carding and spinning tweed yarns, you’ll see what I sent her.

This is the fabulousness that Abby sent me:
fiberlust

I wanted to spin it all up last night. But I left the house. I know, I’ve been doing that more often. I’ve been going to Knit at Night at The Knitting Experience on Thursdays. Nights out are good.

As soon as I can knock off work for today I’ll be working on those batts and making them into some fabulous yarn.

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10 Responses to Fiber Lust

  1. Gina House says:

    Oooohh…yummy fiber!

  2. Jennifer says:

    That fiber looks positively delicious!

  3. Amy says:

    Nice fiber! I can’t wait to see what you make of it. Knit at Night sounds like fun! I wish we had a shop with a cafe in it. It sounds so friendly and welcoming. Maybe when I win the lottery I will start a shop like that.

  4. Sara says:

    I can’t wait to see it spun… it’s beautiful!

  5. Tonia says:

    Yummy fibery goodness. Can’t wait so see how they spin up.

  6. Susan Pandorf says:

    Those are luscious enough to make me take up spinning! Maybe I should ask for a drop spindle for Mother’s day – Igt just seems so intimidating to a neophyte like me.

    Blessings,
    Susan

  7. Milly says:

    Can’t wait to see them! Beautiful colors!

  8. Heather says:

    How funny! I just found a link to Abby’s blog yesterday, before ever reading this! She does lovely work, and that tutorial was fantastic. btw — you can come to my house anytime! :)

  9. Faith says:

    Wow, her fiber is incredible! I love what you sent her as well.

    Ravelry looks so fun! I signed up to do the Beta testing, so I hope that I get an email soon. =)

  10. Karen says:

    Oh that fiber is yummy! I can’t wait to see it spun up!

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