Great title for Halloween season, isn't it? This is what I'm spinning right now. There's some green sparkly stuff, and pinky / plummy wool of some kind, and some light colored soft stuff . . . See, Fantasy Fibers cards several batches of fibers before they clean the carding drums. Then they peel the mixed fiber remainders out of the teeth, bag 'em up, and sell them inexpensively to people like me who don't care about repeatable skeins or a sweater's worth of perfect yarn.
And here is is bobin of singles with a dime for scale. I think it's going to make pretty yarn. Still thinking about adding seed beads. That yarn could make some cool hats. Maybe a hat and scarf set if it's soft enough. Knit it loose and felt it for a bag - vest - jacket? Let's see how much yarn I wind up with. There are two more batts after this one.
The sun and wind and dry air are just exhilerating! I want to yell into the wind and roll in the dry leaves. Dry leaves! Man, dry leaves are awesome!! They crunch and crackle under foot and fly around like confetti when you kick them. I'm about ready to fall down on the lawn and make leaf angels. Squeeee! If autumn were like this more often, I would cease to dread it.