Or at least near instant. It was one of those really tiring weeks last week. One where the current projects are all taking long and I needed something more instant. When I finally got the time to spin, I did the “instant” kind.
This is that pounder from Friend’s Folly Farm
It was spun in modified long draw with low twist. I have around 700 yards.
Next up was “Adelaide” from Southern Cross Fibre
Thick and thin singles. They are low twist set by dunking in hot to cold a couple of times, water squeezed and hug to dry. NO WEIGHTS.
There it is hanging with the next yarn that is an old one from Hello Yarn‘s Fiber Club. I think this one is from 2007 and may be called Maldives. It was spun and finished the same as Adelaide.
Last but not least I actually did a 2 ply. It wasn’t as instant but it was fun because it was CorriePaca.
I have no clue about yardage but there is 8 ounces there. The colorway is a light version of “Walkabout”.
As soon as I was done with all these near instant projects I set the Louet S51 aside went back to a few older ones on Hyacinth. None of that got finished but I’m working at filling up the bobbin box again.