I have been working on scrunchies. And more scrunchies. And more... well, you get the picture :)
These are the two main patterns I use...
I was looking through stuff (actually when I was looking for the silver romney in the previous post) and came across some cute little roving balls that I had made of the moorit romeldale fleece I bought from Terry last year (and again this year) but they were hard. Apparently I didn't get it clean the first time I washed it. I unrolled them and wound them around in my Ozark Delights Fleece Washing Bag and ran them through the washer. I was afraid I would have to recard it, but the hand made rovings came out nice and fluffy and spun up to be shown in the next (not so good) picture.
Bottom from the left: yak and merino, cashmere and merino, spun corriedale (or mohair, don't remember now which was in the pic :)
Top from the left: opossum (yes, opossum from New Zealand), moorit romeldale X, silver romney and camel.
Here is half of the opossum spun up, don't know what I am going to do with it, but it is soft! I see another scarf in my future!