I'm ready for spring! The snow can go anytime now. I'm tired of slogging out to the chicken coop. I'm tired of boots and parkas, hats and mitts. I'd really like to see the garlic sprouting, some lawn, the crocuses and even a weed or two would hit the spot. On top of all the white outside, I've been spinning white fibre! In a desperate bid for a bit of colour, I dug out the last few grams of commercially dyed fibre I had hidden away. They're leftovers from my level 2 colour blending homework. I had some red and blue. I was pretty sure they were Corriedale fibres, so I found a bit of white Corriedale hiding away as well. It was the perfect amount for blending.
I ended up with 232 yards of yarn, enough for a shawlette or a pair of fingerless mitts or a hat. I'm pretty happy with the colour shifts, especially as this is the first time I've tried something like this. It was certainly fun to spin.