But now I realize how much I appreciate all I learned spinning that yarn and how pretty it really is. Its various textures and uneven thicknesses make a unique and lovely fabric in the end.
It's only fitting I used it to knit another first: a pair of mittens for Madyson. I decided to use a few helpful ideas from others, and then tried adding my own knowledge, and relied on a bit of luck too. I think they turned out pretty great, but then they were made with what turned out to be pretty great yarn.
Strong fiber is often deceiving in appearance, don't you think?