When I got close to the end of the Arboreal sweater project that I knit entirely out of handspun yarn, I knew It would be a close call. Would I run out of yarn? I didn’t want to play yarn chicken with my handspun and I had already spun the entire bump of roving, so there was no way to get more yarn for this project. This is what I did to make sure I could finish my project without running out or having too much yarn leftover.
I am so thrilled! My handspun Arboreal sweater is finished! This was a great pattern from Jennifer Steingass. I want to tell you about a few of the things I did to make this pattern work with my handspun yarn…
While working on a project with my own handspun yarn, I made a list of my best tips for using handspun yarn in a project and getting great results.
I bought 5 recycled sari silk skirts from Darn Good Yarn. This is my review of skirts I got.
I analyzed my closet and gathered the data. This is the starting line to my intentional wardrobe journey.
I will create an intentional wardrobe in 2020 by exploring both my wardrobe and discovering my personal sense of style which I currently refer to as “eclectic.” My goal is to create an intentionally curated wardrobe that is ethically and sustainably sourced.