When we left for vacation the mistaken idea that there would be downtime for stitching went with me, but the only craft which really had any progress was spinning. While my husband was driving I could spin as long as my hands would hold out. No new interesting spinning has been started, just more of the same mill ends that have been on the spindle for months. The picture above shows me playing with the roving before packing some. I braided it and wound it up to see how much more was still to be spun. That is an actual adult hand in the middle.
It’s about time to start plying some of the spun singles as my singles bowl is overflowing and a decision has been made. This will be yet another 2 ply intended for some future tbd project. It is simply spun too thick for it to be likely I’d use it with more plies. I’m fairly certain I started it with the intention of making an aran, but rarely do I like any project of mine made with yarn thicker than fingering.