This spin is from a Black Bunny Fiber Club shipment. I loved the colors in the fiber and debated for quite a while on how to spin this up. In the end, I decided on a chain-plied yarn to keep the colors together as much as possible.
In order the keep the color repeats as long as possible, I did not spilt this roving in anyway. I simply starting drafting and spinning at one end and kept going until I reached the end. I spun one continuous single and then chain plied to finish.
The fiber was a little bit coarser than I normally spin. I would guess that the fiber was carded and not combed. Carded fiber is always a little more challenging for me to spin. I like to spin smooth worsted style yarns, but carded fiber makes that a little harder. But in the end, I'm happy with the results.
Geddesburg Handspun Yarn
Fiber: dyed by Black Bunny Fibers
Content: Cormo/Corriedale Cross
Weight: 5.8 ounces
WPI: 12 wraps per inch
Yardage: 236 yards
Notes: chain-plied; hand wash