Friday, February 6, 2009

Wanna flash me for a peek at some Mardi Gras yarn?

I spun this yarn for the Spindlers (Ravelry Group) February Spin-A-Long and the theme was Mardi Gras (if you didn't get that from the blog entry title).

I started with a batt I got from Frene Creek Farm, a blend of wool, angelina, and bamboo. I spun it (adding in extra angelina as I spun) and then plied it with a sequined yarn. The pics really don't show how sparkly they yarn turned out...

My inspiration:


The yarn:




Gina said...

that is absolutely gorgeous! I am hopeful that what I come up with is half as good.

Melissa @ Banana Migraine said...

OMG!!! I LOVE it!!! It is so beautiful.

PhatLady said...

*flashes boobs*
me want!!

mamakin said...

ooooooo it's excellent! glorious! I want to be you when I grow up!!!!!

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