Wednesday, February 9, 2011
An Almost Bright Idea
The wildly variegated wool I had leftover from my chain plying experiment needed something to do so I thought about tearing it up and reordering the colors to give me longer color repeats for another go at wheel chain plying.
This is a typical strand and you can see the random changes of color only last a few inches.
I picked apart the different colors and began to spin them one color at a time.
This is the teal blue sections spun together and until now I didn't realize how many variations within the colors I would get. It is not exactly what I hoped for but it is sure to keep me interested for a while.