Sheep to Sweater Sunday n° 168 : This Week’s Spinning

Sheep to Sweater Sunday n° 168 : This Week’s Spinning

De la Toison au Tricot n° 168 : Filage de la semaine The second bobbine has been spun and the two bobbines plyed together. The result : A lovely skein of wool (50% Ouessant, 50% Alpaca-Mohair) that measures 396 yards and weighs just 2 oz. La deuxième bobine est filée...
Sheep to Sweater Sunday n° 167 : This Week’s Spinning

Sheep to Sweater Sunday n° 167 : This Week’s Spinning

De la Toison au Tricot n° 167 : Filage de la semaine A little bobbine with just 40 grams of finely spun fiber that will be plyed for knitting lace. For this project, I am using very fine white Ouessant wool and a blend of alpaca and mohair that I dyed blue-green. Une...
Sheep to Sweater Sunday n° 163 : Another Skein of Ouessant Wool

Sheep to Sweater Sunday n° 163 : Another Skein of Ouessant Wool

De la Toison au Tricot n° 163 : Un autre écheveau de laine Ouessant ! I just love spinning beautiful Ouessant wool.This skein of 2-ply weighs 114 grams (4 oz.) and measures 406 meters.Perfect yarn for a lace shawl. C’est toujours une grande joie de filer de la belle...
Toffee — 2-ply Lace Weight

Toffee — 2-ply Lace Weight

Toffee — Un fil à 2 brins pour la dentelle  The Spinning Shepherd is keeping quite busy ! Actually, I’m never at a loss for what to do, particularly when there’s so much beautiful Ouessant wool to spin ! Just to show you what I’ve been up to,...
Sheep to Sweater Sunday n° 155 : Another project taking shape

Sheep to Sweater Sunday n° 155 : Another project taking shape

De la Toison au Tricot n° 155 : Un nouveau projet prend forme ! … to be continued … … à suivre … The entire contents of the SpinningShepherd.com © Copyright 2008-2019.  Text and photographs may not be published, broadcast or redistributed...
Finished and Ready to Wear

Finished and Ready to Wear

Fini et prêt à porter ! Again, I used the “Swallowtail” pattern by Evelyn Clark. A lovely pattern. This time I used my lace-weight alpaca yarn. De nouveau, j’ai utilisé le modèle « Swallowtail » de Evelyn Clark. Un très joli modèle. Cette fois-ci...