But the lingering presence of The World's Worst Cold (TM)* has made documentation a bit of a struggle. However, over the weekend I finally managed some photos.
When previously spotted, this fiber looked like this:
Now it looks like this:
Mystery top, which I think contains some silk along with maybe merino?
Spun worsted, short forward draw at 9:1, plied at same ratio.
3.1 oz/305 yds of 26-20 wpi yarn after a hot soak (laceweight, although there are some mutant 16 wpi bumps in there).
This stuff was lovely to spin - quick, easy to draft, the perfect mindless spinning for someone who spent far too much brainpower and creative energy on Christmas knitting!
It's already been balled up as well - I'm thinking a lacy little scarf of some kind. This picture is probably the best representation of the color. Plus you can see my MacGyvered ball winder set up. So it waits patiently on the top of the active stash, waiting for inspiration to strike.
* I got the flu twice over the holidays, the first time three days before Christmas, the second time on New Year's Eve. My second bout morphed into TWWC(TM), which is only now starting to resolve. However, I have discovered the wonder that is the Hot Toddy**. And it snowed last week, rendering my presence at work somewhat optional. I'm betting I'm completely well for my scheduled doctor's appointment on Wednesday.
** The version I've been enjoying includes honey, single-malt and the juice of half a lemon, filled up to the top of the mug with hot water. Mmmmmmm...two ibuprofen/paracetamol and a hot toddy = happy sleeping sick Porpoise.