We Interrupt this food blog for a Knitting and Spinning commercial...Part 1 of 2
I promised someone on the left coast that I would sneak this in. So consider it sneaked in...
This is my new spinning wheel.
Another view of the spinning wheel with the emphasis on the bobbin.
I know it's hard to see but this is the last step in a very long process to get the wool to roving. The roving is usually in a ball. Then the ball is spun into yarn. This ball is about 16 oz. This wool is brown, although they call it black. Who knows, it's just lovely stuff no matter what the color.