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With so much rich color on a lofty yarn, you just need some big needles and there can be instant gratification. This is a very beautiful yarn. 100% Bluefaced Leicester wool
This fiber comes from the same mill that creates my Baby Alpaca/silk yarns and it is a dream to spin.
70% Baby Alpaca/ 30% Bombyx Silk
This is my latest blend of 60% Merino, 20% cashmere, 20% angora and it is so dreamy that it is hard to believe that there is no silk in this silky handspun yarn.
Like Butter. There is no other way to describe the feeling of this yarn. 100% Cashmere.
This fiber is made for a delicious project. Hand Dyed Silk and Superfine Merino fibers.
One of my oldest and richest colorways shows up beautifully in this project of Cashmere Superfine Merino.
Picture the desert at sunset; pinks, greens, purples and gold. 50/50 Superfine Merino Cashmere
70% cashmere/15% Baby Camel/15% Superfine Merino. Earthy, soft, complex and yummy.
A beautiful silver colored Perendale fleece that I over dyed and spun out of the teased locks.
65% Merino, 15% silk, 10% angora, 2.5% Firestar, 2.5% Tencel. A one-of-a-kind handspun yarn.
This is a joyful riot of color and texture, created from Border Leicester Lamb fleece.
I call this handspun yarn Iowa August. 50/50 Cashmere and Superfine Merino.
A glorious color and the promise of a angora blur. Superfine Merino and Angora.
60% dark brown Mongolian Yak 36% Merino/4% Firestar nylon. Handspun from luxurious dark brown yak.
Deep red with Oomph and depth, this luxurious handspun yarn is a cashmere/merino combo.
50/50 Angora/Natural colored Border Leicester wool. A beautiful, warm, furry handspun yarn.
softness of the natural brown yak down. Yak Down, Silk, Superfine Merino.