Needless to say I am VERY proud of myself! I spun this lovely yarn from Teeswater & Cottswold roving I bought from Marilyn Lucero of Black Hills Woolies in Custer, SD. She doesn't have a website but you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org I found her at The Black Sheep Festival in Eugene, OR last summer. I spun it with my spindle from SpindleWood Co., I plied it using my Katie a-Go-Go, I wound my skeins using my Nancy's Niddy Noddy then I gave it a bath in Eucalan, whomped it and wound this gorgeous ball. I think I have enough to make a very cozy pair of fingerless mitts for myself. Since it is my very first handspun I've promised myself not to give them away... I'm always giving my stuff away, but a girl's gotta keep some history for herself. I think I'm just going to keep this ball to gaze upon for a while though... I can't bear to part with it.