I got this fibre from Birkland Bros in Vancouver. Its a superwash BFL from sweetgeorgia called lettuce wrap. I bought two 100 gram braids of fibre. I made this skein of yarn during the virtual stringtopia weekend. We took subjects relating to the real event classes. On the weekend I spun up this thick and thin yarn. I made mostly thin yarn, and on one bobbin I added thicker bits. After plying its a wonderfully squishy yarn. I’m planning on making the second yarn all thin with no lumps. Well as few lumps as I can manage!
The start of the thin bobbin.
Filled up as much as I was willing to put on it.
The bobbin with the thick and thin bits.
The two of them together.
They plied together into very twisty yarn. I wrapped the yarn onto my skien winder to stretch it out for a day.
I’ve got it wrapped up in a skein now. 100 grams.