Bunny Yarn

A small hank of 2-ply Miss B (angora rabbit)
and Tia Brown (llama).
A single ply ball of merino sheep wool and
dyed light pink Tara (angora rabbit).
And a single ply ball of novelty yarn from
shorter lengths of wool....Tara (angora rabbit) dyed with
grape kool-aid and Montego Bay (llama).
All spun on a drop spindle....too much fun :-)

.....dr momi


TexWisGirl said...

really neat to know from whence/whom it came! :)

kare said...

Oh, How Lovely!
Truelly Artisan.

Carolyn said...

OOOOOoooooo! I'd LOVE to feel those skeins in my hands :)

Carol Urban said...

OMG, love the yarn. Looks soooooo soft and dreamy.

P.S. To the girl above me: my name is Carol Renee. :)

Lois Evensen said...

How very neat! What will you make with it?

Frau Seidenhase said...

The Yarn looks very cosy.
best wishes from Germany

Dicky Bird said...

That yarn looks so nice! I love the full circle of this... Hey, I miss your Wednesday caption thing! Blessings from Ringle.

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

Wow, it's beautiful!!!

Dog Trot Farm said...

How wonderful to be able to spin your own yarn! Very pretty colors, do you have a project in mind? Hope you are enjoying the weekend, greetings, Julie.

dr momi said...

Thanks for all the wonderful comments everyone! I have been making yarn fast and furiously (ask the blister/callous on my finger), but I don't knit! :-) Two daughters and a daughter-in-law all knit though. Comment from #2 daughter last night, "Mom,I'm never buying yarn again."

There will be lots of hats, scarves, and booties made by them all I assume. Also, with some of the smaller skeins, they will knit cuffs on felted mittens that they sew from old wool sweaters. I'm happy...they're happy, we're all happy :-)

Oh, and Dicky Bird....I will get back to "Need A Funny Caption", soon I hope!

judy said...

I'm waiting too,Its so much fun,and who has time for fun anymore ,I;'m sure I missed a couple of guess, caption, contests