During the month of April, I'll be partaking in the Spring Stashdown run by Spunky Eclectic. You can join in on Ravelry here. I'm also going to be detailing my progress here with semi regular updates throughout the month.
Here's where I start.
On the top left is 8 oz of Ashland Bay merino in Midnight. Just to the right of that (with a green stripe running around the ball) is about 8 oz of corrie/mohair blend that I picked up at the Ann Arbor Fiber Expo last year. I'll be spinning this on a drop spindle, the only spindle project of the stashdown. The big white ball is either 8 oz or 1 lb (I have to measure to be sure) of shropshire that I picked up at The Spinning Loft in Howell, MI.
To the right of the shropshire (in the plastic) is 1 lb of Ashland Bay merino in Denim. The silver that you see to the lower left of the shropshire, the gold to the right of that, and the reddish color in the front are all Abstract Fiber 50/50 silk/merino in Silver, Gold, and Rosewood colorways, 4 oz each (technically 2 oz for Rosewood as I have that half done already). The silvery blue multi color fiber next to the Rosewood and Gold is 4 oz of Abstract Fiber optim in Burnside Bridge.
And lastly, is 4 oz of Abstract Fiber optim in Rockstar. This will be plied with the Burnside Bridge when they're both complete.
I have a ton on my plate for the stashdown, and I doubt that I'll get it all done. But, isn't that the point of a stashdown, to set lofty goals and try your best to achieve them?