While I am at it – I found two more fibers that need to grace someone else’s life
is a striped roving. Each ball is slightly under 2 oz (and there are six or so of them) with the three colours running through fairly consistently (midnight blue, seafoam green and a blue-green in the middle that sort of looks tourquise). It separates reasonably easily if you wanted to get fancy. It is a nice, soft wool, but I do not have any paper on it anymore to know the breed.
Middle brown carded into a roving, but there is still a bit of grease to it. I would not expect to use this for next to the skin since the fibers are heavier than merino and the crimp is no where as fine.
Again as before – they need to be loved and spun. Comment back or send me email – your choice.
Wired by Liz Maverick. Interesting take on alternate time lines and reality. Could have stood a bit more editing as there were a few too many confusing times where the perspective was not clear nor was the dialog adequately labeled. But a fun read.