To all of the spinners out there, how do you determine, while you are plying, that you have a balanced yarn? I know that there has to be a way.
School is out and summer still has not arrived here in the Pacific Northwest. People have been calling this month Junuary. It was a sweltering 59 degrees yesterday.
Well, the last puppy is on a plane to Canada tonight. We kept one of the boys but it's still a little bittersweet not having a ton of puppy cuteness around the house.
So, I'm going to delve into spinning. I found a place near my house that does lessons starting next Tuesday. They also rent wheels so you can practice at home.
So, I find spinning rather interesting. However, I started wondering if was really practical. Can you get the a really good quality of yarn? Is it cost effective? Is it too time consuming.
Just finished the sleeves on the Carlito Cardigan. Thank God! Now all the pieces are finished. I'll block them tomorrow.