Last week I made 10101 yards of hand spun yarn. I knew the Spinzilla competition would help ensure I started working in my new studio right away, and help improve my spinning skills, but I had no idea just how much I could produce. In fact, even though I prepped hundreds of rolags and had pounds of rescue sheep roving on hand, I quickly turned it all into yarn and wished I had prepped even more. Who knew I could spin almost a mile a day!? If I do it again, I think my goal will be a mile of hand spun yarn a day. Regardless, I'm really proud of my 10101 yards, especially since I learned how to spin less than three months ago. Now I get to weave and natural dye all the lovely new yarn! And all that practice certainly made spinning much, much easier. Most of the yarn was designed specifically for some exciting upcoming weavings. Now that it's done and all my equipment is in my new studio, it won't be long before I'll be sharing images of my new series of work.