Lucky Adelaide, from Three Waters Farm

Just a little spinning. Half of a braid from Three Waters Farm, showing how different it can look before and after spinning.

Lucky Adelaide, BFL commercial top from Three Waters Farm.

It’s for the next pattern sample I’ll be knitting, and then it will look different still. Magic!

More details on my handspun page on Ravelry.

4 thoughts on “Lucky Adelaide, from Three Waters Farm

  1. Heather

    Amazing! I’d never have expected that colour combo to turn into something so subtle. You’ve done a great job! I like the point you made on your project page about not spinning lengthwise so you get longer transitions. So nice 🙂 I’ve been doing it sort of willy nilly until now, but I’d like to do some fractal spinning.

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    1. Naomi Parkhurst

      Thanks! I can tell that I’ll be looking at braids I wouldn’t have thought have buying before with a new eye because of how this one came out.

      I’ve also been thinking about trying some fractal spinning. I don’t have many braids at home, so after I spin up the batts and some of my other fiber, I think that might be my next experiment too.

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      1. Heather

        Yeah I’ve got a few totally bonkers looking braids from hedgehog fibres which I would have avoided before. Trying to hone my skills before i dig into them, they are too lovely.

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