And honestly I had no idea what to write about, even today, but luckily I found some cool pictures on my camera and thought I would share!
A few weeks before the CNY Fiber Fest back in June, I set out to corespin some of the baby llama fiber I bought from a friend. I had washed 2 baby llama fleeces back in May, but hadn't done anything with them yet.
The dark brown fleece I tried just lockspinning (without a core). It turned out pretty cool, but I wanted the added strength of a core.
So for the white/brown fleece, I decided to corespin it!
First up is to pre-spin the core. This is actually optional, and honestly I'm not sure it did me any good.
|My starting "ingredients"|
|Corespun yarn on the bobbin.|
The nice thing about corespun yarn is that it has less twist than a typical single, so it tends to be a lot softer.