Ahhh, nothing like the joy of a freshly washed fleece! This is from Dusty, a covered Corridale fleece from my favorite shepherd in Colorado. I have a number of fleeces from this flock. I was pleased by the color and couldn't wait to start spinning, so I grabbed my hand cards and made a couple rolags. Dusty's fleece is very fine and has a nice sprinkling of silver fibers mixed in that sparkle in the very fine singles I'm spinning. No idea what I'll do with this yet, just sampling a bit for now. Plenty of wool for several projects here - the raw fleece was 6.75 pounds. I'll post pictures as soon as I get a little skein of the yarn done.
Frene Creek Farm roving in process
Also in the works... this pretty handpainted roving from Frene Creek Farm. Originally, I thought I'd blend it with a couple plies of purple merino, but as it is spinning up, I think I'll do a pale gray instead. I've got some very soft Rambouillet/Finn that will be just the ticket. I'm about halfway through the 4 ounces of roving. This is such pretty wool that I am always disappointed when I have to stop spinning for a while.