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Tour de Fleece 2016, Week 1

This year’s Tour de Fleece started last Saturday, July 2. My first project was to spin this gradient Corriedale that I’d dyed myself. Note to self: when dyeing gradients, use interesting colors. It was pretty mind-numbingly boring to spin brown for two days. Also, gradients make pretty boring bobbin shots. Proof:

But the yarn is pretty and I hope it makes a pretty gradient shawl.

  • On Ravelry: Autumn’s End

  • Fiber: Autumn’s End gradient, 100% Corriedale from World of Wool dyed with Eurolana acid dyes

  • Yardage: 459 m or 502 yd

  • Skein weight: 111 g or 3.9 oz

  • Grist: 413 m/100 g or 4130 m/kg or 2052 ypp

  • Plies: Navajo-plied

  • Yarn weight: Fingering

This one’s next.

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Susanna Winter is a knitwear designer, creating timeless and elegant pieces with clean lines. She has been knitting for over 20 years, knit blogging since 2007, and designing knitting patterns professionally since 2016.

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