Spinning FO: Identification

The Yarn Harlot’s new book Knitting Rules mentions several ways to identify anonymous yarn, including setting it on fire and dissolving it in bleach. I found a slightly less dangerous way: Shipping tags. You can label each piece of yarn with what it is and where it came from, like this:

Spindle spun.

Not the best photo I’ve ever taken, but this is my first bit of spindle-spun yarn after the wheel. The coloured parts are green and light purple and it’s not big enough to hold together as a skein. I believe it’s all wool, but I can’t get any more specific than that. Love the tweed effect. Started a spinning page to keep track of things.

2 thoughts on “Spinning FO: Identification”

  1. I still think a wool/cat blend would work. I should bring up the shirt I was wearing last night. Joe shed enough on me to make a new kitten.

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