Handspun Interlacements Friday Fiber-y Goodness
From a braid of Interlacements roving that I bought in Taos. I photographed the roving for one of the first fibery friday shoots, and there are a few pics Here of the raw roving.
It's a good worsted weight yarn, Navajo-plied to keep the color sequence intact.
I like the colors, the final yarn is soft, and quite sproingy. It was labeled only wool, so I'm not sure what breed of sheep it is, but I'm guessing a medium wool.
Spinning it, well, it was one of those really thick rovings. So I did predraft to separate the colors individually, even though I'm not a huge fan of the pre-draft anymore, it makes sense when you have a final color goal in mind sometimes!