Here is what I have been spinning:
First up is some Babylonglegs BFL in Mirasol - the most gorgeous colourway - oranges, browns and yellows:
(Picture taken from the Babylonglegs Folksy Site)
I was going to ply it with a pale cream undyed BFL but it was lying next to some dark brown Ronaldsay - and they just talked to each other. So I plied them together and got this yummy yarn:Top Skein: Next up is some blue/green roving I bought from Natalie at The Yarn Yard. This was rolled into a ball and was aptly names gobstoppers and there is one shown on her blog. I plied this back onto itself and it is so soft and squish and was a dream to spin.
Botton Skein: I emptied the bobbins of all the yarn I had been using as training yarn and got a skein of mixed colours that looks a little like ice-cream. It's a bit slubby but I couldn't throw it out.
Top: The top skein is a small skein made from plain dyed merino bought from shunlikes.
Middle: I still had some of the Mirasol left and plied it with some pale grey Ronaldsay.
Bottom: I hadn't split the gobstopper exactly in half so had some left over so for fun I plied it with some of the remaining Mirasol from Babylonglegs. I really like this combination.