Sliver Moon Farm in their colorway "Cahoonzie" and spin it into something lovely and knitable.
The preparation of this top threw me for a bit of a loop. I bought it because it was pretty, shiny and soft. I had no idea what baby camel was like and didn't really know what to look for in a blend. The silk was not well blended throughout, and the camel was lightly felted (very lightly, but still had to be pre-drafted to loosen it up. I hate listening to top fizz and crackle as I pull on it). The silk's staple was 3-4x as long as the camel. Up until now I've only spun merino/silk and apparently the silk had been cut to a somewhat-similar staple as the wool. With the camel having such a short staple, it was really easy to draft out all the silk and suddenly have to carefully long-draw the short camel down. If you have spun similar blends before, do know if this is pretty typical? It certainly isn't on part with Miss Babs' fiber.