Spinning helps to clear my head and for some reason, travel always gives me more to think about.
I realise I haven't posted about my NZ trip since returning, but hopefully that'll be my next post.
I've had a lot on my mind etc
As you can see, I've been doing a bit of spin therapy since returning home ;)
First up is Reddy. I was given a batt as a gift so I just had to spin it up.
I'm not sure what the fibers were, but they felt different to my local Aussie Merino to spin up.
I've sent Reddy off to an online friend and I'll be curious to see what it gets turned into
I loved how much the blue & yellow just popped! I don't usually use those colors so it was surprising to see how good they looked together when I saw them used in a wig.
I had some pink that was just begging to be used with it, and that just needed the wrapping thread in a neon pink to put the whole color scheme together nicely.
My husband saw the color combo before I started spinning and said there definitely needed to be some white. So in it went.
The gauzy looking bits are soft nylon and are also UV reactant along with the glow-in-the-dark raver beads.
And lastly Mog - named so because the color-scheme reminds me of the kids book.
I'm not quite sure how Mog came about. I just started digging around in my fiber... and out came Mog.
I really like the long tufts that look like eye-lashes on Mog
Mog under UV light