I spun most of that fiber last night. I have 1 more batt to spin and I get to ply. The plying will most likely last much longer than my will to live because that's how plying skinny singles tends to go. Or how all plying goes depending on how you feel about plying.
See the fab bucket bag?
It's a custom bag from our Jessalu! (She has an Etsy & an Artfire. In case you didn't know... and if you didn't know, you really need to get out from under that rock.) It is also a testament to just how much she loves me because I really am a huge pain in the ass. Thank goodness I've got those blackmail photos knit her wedding veil twice last year.
Lots of plying plans in that little bucket bag's future.
In case I don't talk to you endlessly every. single. day. or you don't know how my brain works or you haven't been paying attention here, I love to ply from both ends of a yarn cake. See explanation and really cool tutorial here! This comes in handy when I've got a bobbin full of super skinny singles and no desire to end up with a thousand yard skein of yarn on a niddy noddy.
Oh and that PinkyD wanted to see the lining of the bag. Y'all can guess why the following photo looks the way it does. Blame her, people.
Oh! & The handle has a snap on it. I think this is super cool because it means I can hang the bucket bag from my wheel without removing the bobbin in progress or anything. Then again, I'm not totally sure what I'd need to hang off the wheel since I only spin at home, but whatever.
As you were.