Weekly recaps lasted all of that first week. There was just too much to do with the regular jobs and all the spinning I was trying to get in.
I’ll take some formal pictures of my bounty of work when I catch a sunny afternoon this week, hopefully. I was amazed that over the three weeks of study time with the wheel at home how drastically my work improved. I look at my wee little bits of first week yarn compared to some of the nicer stuff I was doing near the end and I’m a little shocked every time.
I did luckily end up with enough of at least one yarn for a project! This was an experiment on my part, combining some red thick single ply gifted to me by my pal Rhonda with some pink lace-weight given to me by my mother-in-law. I thought that since I wasn’t super set on plans for either yarn I would try plying them together to see what would happen. I ended up with a jaunty looking pile of stuff that I’m hoping will end up a pair of mittens and a toque for next winter.
I do want to buy a wheel of my own eventually, but for now noodling around on a drop spindle is plenty given what time I have.