Another great spin in. I headed north very early on Saturday morning and got in a full day of spinning. I spun and plied 4 oz. of Shetland roving from Sporfarm (no website) that I bought at Black Sheep two years ago. This fiber comes from a sheep named Gizmo. I love that.
After a dinner of an outstanding bacon blue cheese burger (thanks, Linda K!) there was lots of chatting and laughing while knitting at the hotel.
On Sunday I spun and plied my other 4 oz. of Shetland.
I don't know the yardage. I didn't bring my own niddy-noddy. I borrowed two different ones and don't know the length for either.
I had this much left after plying. This is also something I love.
Judith MacKenzie McCuin was the instructor this year. She gave a talk on bison very similar to the one she gave at Madrona earlier this year and taught a workshop on three wild downs (a class I took with her at Madrona last year). But it's always wonderful to have time with Judith. Unfortunately with 200 spinners and only one Judith she barely had time to make it around the room to speak with us in small groups.
I didn't buy anything. I don't need anything and I see most of these vendors at several events each year.
I really need some sleep but am dying to keep on spinning.