The lace is growing--really. You might have to trust me on this one.
I got fiber Saturday--isn't it pretty? Sorry about the plastic bags; a certain kitty finds fiber almost as irristible as plants. The color is pretty accurate despite that, amazingly! The very mossy color is a baby camel/silk blend--deliciously soft; the bright green and blue is four ounces of Falkland, and my next spinning project; the muted fall colors is painted on grey Merino--yummy! The camel/silk and Merino are both upwards of 3.5 oz, but not quite 4 oz. The Etsy seller is FeltStudio UK, and she has an incredible amount of stuff, which is all amazing! She's added tencel since I bought my swag, there's superwash Merino and Merino/Tencel in addition to Falkland and Merino, there's luxury rovings like my camel/silk and beautiful batts! She even sells handspun yarn if your piece of cake isn't the raw (ish) fiber.
This is a baby sampler braid that the seller very kindly included; isn't it cute?
I spun it yesterday on my pretty Golding spindle. It's a bit thick and thin, but very pretty and fine. I'm impressed at how much better I can spin on a delicate spindle. But of course the true test will be whether I can keep it up for 4 oz together.........
I can be found on Plurk, http://www.plurk.com/Cinnabars/invite, where I babble about anything I happen to think about, and on Ravelry, also as Cinnabars, where I spend most of my time in the Sock Knitters Anonymous and Language Lovers forums, and in my group, Read From Your Stash. (I sometimes also update my projects.)