My spinning moratorium got even more difficult today as I opened up my latest shipment of sari silk. This time I opted to pay a bit extra and buy the premium fibers instead of the recycled fibers, which makes them closer to fabric remnants. There's a long ribbon of fabric with curly silk "locks" streaming out and there's not as much overlap in colors. It doesn't have the muddy character of the recycled fibers, but since it's a higher quality silk I can spin it into luxury-type yarns designed for next-to-the-skin wear without worrying about the bits of recycled-ness being scratchy.

Since I bought way more than I could ever use, I'm going to put some up for sale in my next store update in case anyone else wants to try it. See: