At Woolfest I bought some Polwarth roving. That might not mean much to some readers; from others it might draw an appreciative nod. Polwarth is a breed of sheep developed in Australia. Its main ancestry is Merino, so you can tell that this sheep has fine, soft wool. Roving means that the wool has been cleaned and then carded, which is a way of preparing fleece to be soft and fluffy. Notice that the word 'soft' appears twice.
Well, I fell in love with two colourways produced by this particular dyer (now can't remember the name, but a Canadian): Autumn Garden and Winter Garden. Here is Autumn Garden spun and two-plied.
This is 250g of very soft, tweedy aran. There is one complete repeat of the colours in all.
The thing is: what I am going to do with it now?