Thursday, May 23, 2013

Varieties of Fluff

Indoor fort fun.
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Beautiful fluffy baby.
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Weeding the garden.
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My newest bunny!  ....kidding.  This is a fluffy baby alpaca batt.
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Zahana tried.
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This is the yarn I made out of it.  Spun thick-and-thin with blue merino cocoons and Navajo-plied.
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Currently on the wheel.  This is what I was spinning at the festival.
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Severely overspun alpaca and bfl for another shaggy yarn.
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I decided to go ahead and clip Aya since she was losing so much fur when I brushed her. This picture shows the banding on her fur.  It is super dense.
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Poor silly-looking bunny!
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