Finding seed in fibers needed for the humming bird robe.
Thread twisted so,
fine fine fine,
my point in the twisting tale
The book my culture arose from
knowing any rose is a rose.
thank you, Gert,
this book, the book, our culture- global
the elec'ric link to steam and steel
and cotton picking
assembly line guns, before automobiles, by Ford.
Yes, as an aside, who saw
- pause the prosody, break the lines
- goto .7 speed
- or bullet speed if you know the idea
As handspinners, we indulge our senses with each new yarn that is spun.
we indulge our senses
with each new yarn that is spun.
We are entranced and soothed
as our eyes watch the twist travel through the fiber.
We fluff, stretch,
and tug it into every possible yarn configuration
and enjoy that therapeutic zen
that comes with it.
Ginning your own cotton by hand
adds another layer
to the spinning experience.
At a glance,
we just pluck seeds
from a nest
to work methodically
to save time and leave your fiber
as possible after ginning.
Understanding how the seeds are organized
within a cotton boll and using the best technique
for the variety
of cotton that you have makes the handginning process go much easier.
A link back to an imagine robe formed from 13,392,578 humming bird heads, I assume the hearts from those heads fed priestly beings in some rite of passage.