Day 19 was a challenge day, and I had originally set myself two goals - one to do some lockspinning with some mohair I'd dyed in rainbow colours. I'd been saving it up - but it was not to be. So I settled for a very little bit of spindle spinning (my other challenge had been to try navajo ply on the fly - which you see on the left in the photo) If you're not familiar with this technique, it creates a three-ply yarn from one spun ply, as you spin the first ply. Got your head around that? No? Well, you can check it out here on YouTube!
Day 20 was a personal rest day - just didn't feel up to it, but I did do some knitting on my Birdsfoot Shawl which I've been knitting up from the baby camel down/silk yarn spun earlier in the Tour.
And yesterday I spun about 35gr of my halfbred grad - this is about half of what I spun! Ottoline is proving to be a delightful wheel to spin on - very fast, relaxing and quiet as well. This single was spun in just over an hour.