One of goals for 2017 is to get back to my wheel and spin more yarn. Writing it down is one thing, actually doing it is another. So to keep myself accountable and accomplish this goal, I’m joining #the100DayProject. Simply put, the 100 Day project is a world wide art project where you do one small thing for 100 days. This cute video explains it well.
I’m going to keep my rules simple and convenient so I can keep the project going for the long haul. Plus, I want to improve my improve my spinning skills and knowledge.
- Sit down at the wheel and spin!
- Fiber prep counts. So taking a few days (or weeks) to learn how to make batts or practice hand carding is encouraged.
- Work out of the fiber stash and see just how far it’ll go.
- On busy draining days, reading about fiber, breed characteristics, and yarn construction is a-ok. What good is having a spinning reference shelf if I never use it?
- Share the day’s spinning on Instagram and in blog posts. I’m using #100HandspunDays to keep things organized.
Today, April 4th, is Day 1 and first bit of handspun is on the bobbin. I’m continuing with the purple gradient - nothing said I had to start a brand new project after all. I’m on the 3rd of 8 nests and curious to see it all spun up.
Are you doing #the100DayProject? What’s your one small thing?