Tour de Fleece is an event that happens every year. Although I never officially participate I do try to spin during it. It occurs at the same time as the Tour de France and the goal is to spin and challenge yourself while watching the race. I don't watch the racing, but I did manage to spin all but one of the days I think. I tried to spin for at least 30 minutes and most days did more than that.
I finished this grey superwash that I've been working on forever. Most of it was done prior to this year's event, but I finally got it done!
The left most skein is blue and purple silk that I got as dyed hankies. They did look like a pile of fibery handkerchiefs, which I took and spun on a little spindle. Once again, this has been going on forever, and it is now done.
The middle skein is something I bought back at my first MA sheep and wool (the same year as the grey yarn above).
The skein on the right is a black bunny fibers colorway that I got several years ago as a present from my husband.
Then, since I had finished up so much that I had been working on for a long time I started something kindof new. I took three colors of different fiber I had gotten while part of the Southern Cross Fibre Club and I am mixing them all up. I started it during the Tour de Fleece and then, once that was done I didn't touch my wheel for over a month. I recently sat and spun some more on that and can't wait for it to be done. That full bobbin is about 2/3 of the total fiber, so I am on the down hill part of this yarn!
Don't forget to check Monday's post and enter the contest!