I guess my first attempt wasn't all that successful so I soaked again, with different equipment.
Three piece cat litter box, new, of course. Hot water goes in solid pan, fleece goes in pan with grate and easy-peasy, soaking fleece. This is some of the Jacob I got on Sunday. It's so pretty and soft.
Speaking of Sunday, I also hung out with my Spinning/Knitting peeps at Urban Mill in the afternoon. It was fun as always and we even had a couple of new fiberistas join us.
Heather helping Scott get his next project started
Deb, Sarah and Susan hard at work
Scott's Mom and our newest friend TheresaMojave roving drape?
Believe it or not, I actually have done some knitting this week too. I made good progress on The Big Ass Sweater and did a few more rows on the Olympic Stripes socks. Mostly I've been spending my every waking hour thinking about getting all this fleece clean so I can spin it. And now I have plans to go up to Counting Sheep Farm for a shearing on the 29th. Even took half a day off work. There will be Cormo and Finn and Jacob, oh my! Wish me self restraint! mwah-ha-ha-ha!