Day Two of Spinzilla week consisted of creating felted soaps for a few of our retail stores, so spinning was a bit slow. Yesterday, however was a different story. I worked up a blend of natural alpaca fiber. The different variations of color reminded me of chocolate chip cookie dough. Delicious. Seriously, it was making me hungry while spinning. In the end I had 135 yards of fresh spun yarn…guess that’s better for the diet than cookies anyway! 😉Next, on the smaller spinning wheel, a few more yards were being cranked out. Although I adore my Country Spinner for large projects (and even really all spinning), when I really want to spin and not think, I gravitate back to my Joy.After quite a bit of spinning, this one added 140 more yards to my total.All this spinning was wearing out Daisy.She may have been beat, but I was ready to tackle the next skein of yarn. I had this carded batt made up a few weeks back and it was calling my name.This carded batt consisted of merino wool, bamboo, starbright, and some hand painted up-cycled yarn bits.After spinning this up as fine weight as possible, I had 159 more yards for Spinzilla.Thursday will be yet another Felted Soap day, but I’m doing my best to get in as much spinning as possible in between soap batches. Next year, I’ll have to be on a team for Spinzilla, instead of going rogue. I’m absolutely loving having the motivation of the competition to kick my spinning into high gear. With Dazzle Daze just around the corner and The Locals opening soon, high gear is a necessity.