I’ll start with the heavier yarns, though since I was photographing by boxful a few finer ones were included in project bundles. The yarn’s intended purpose and loom is between brackets.
Top: frogged Inca on the left (woven scarf, knitters loom), leftover Vintage Hues on the right (woven scarves, knitters loom)
Bottom: frogged silk on the left (woven scarf, knitters loom), the rest are leftovers (cream ones might be mixed with the Inca)
Ms Gusset Cormo. I signed up for 1 1/2 kilo, and got RSI not long after it arrived. (Reports of it being hard to dye and not being a white garment kind of girl have had me stalled. A woven blanket seems the logical solution, though I might see how well the Bond Sweater Machine handles it.)
Top: Leftover Country 8ply (vest on the Bond), frogged Bendy Neon and leftover green-dyed Country 8ply (twill shawl, table loom), leftover Ruanna yarn (woven scarf, knitters loom)
Bottom: leftover purple Bendy alpaca and matching handspun (shawl, table loom), leftover red Totem and Bendy classic (accessory, on the Bond), ball of Bendy Serenade (hat and gloves on the Bond)
Right: misc 8ply
Left: Bendy Luxury and Hunky Hank (small woven blanket or shawl)
Right: Olive handspun and Bockens Mobelatta (shawl or fabric to sew)
Top: Bendy 8ply (more towels/baby blankets)
Bottom: Bendy 4ply, leftover dishcloth yarn
So that’s several scarves, a blanket or two, a shawl or two, and a couple of things to make on the Bond Sweater Machine.
Next post: the thinner yarns