I used up the last of the indigo vat by tossing in some silk hankies and a bit of leftover North Country Cheviot roving. It's really a bit too coarse for my liking as a spinning fibre, but there are times when it's useful to have. The blues are gorgeous though.
The 2 long scarves are off the loom. I still need to twist the fringes and wet finish them before I call them done. I left the warp on the loom and tied it in front of the reed in case I want to do the white scarves next, so I can just tie them on. If I decide to put on the tea towels, it will only take a few seconds to clear the old warp off.
The Louet Northern Lights is plied and skeined. It's a lovely, subtle colour, with the pinks, blues and greens still showing through. I was a bit worried that they'd blend into a grey mass, but it's very pretty. There are 249 yards so enough for something useful. It might have to age a bit before it tells me what it wants to be.