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Autumn – Sport weight, SW Merino Hand dyed Wool Yarn, 328yds, Ethical Wool, Superwash, 2ply,

$24.97

Sizzling, Sumptuous Color on a fantastic Merino Yarn. Soft and lovely… and Superwash. Don’t get used to it tho, I won’t be offering superwash on a normal basis. The colors on this yarn we very hard to capture on camera. They’re both bold and subtle. Golden yellow, glazed with burgundy to create rich overtones and …

DK weight – Natural Gray Lockspun Mohair Yarn – Textured Handspun Art Yarn – Plied with Gold Thread – 70yds

$44.50

These mohair locks were too lovely to comb, so I let them become what they wanted… a lovely lockspun yarn, plied with gray thread and autowrapped with gold. The gray ply thread is almost invisible, but was added for strength. Gold thread was allowed to wrap as it wished… creating some visual texture and interest. …

Fingering Weight, Green, Soft Wool & Angora 80/20, Hand dyed Yarn, 219yds, 3ply, Mill spun, Knitting yarn

$20.45

Super, super soft wool and angora bare yarn ready to be used in items worn next to the skin. Hand-dyed in a lovely blue/green color. A luxury yarn that knits up like a dream. Angora gives yarn a soft halo. This yarn will felt! Listing is for one skein of: 3 ply Fingering weight Hank …

Fingering Weight, Soft Wool & Angora 80/20, Hand dyed Yarn, 219yds, 3ply, Mill spun, Knitting yarn

$20.45

Super, super soft wool and angora bare yarn ready to be used in items worn next to the skin. Hand dyed in bright, happy colors. A luxury yarn that knits up like a dream. Angora gives yarn a soft halo. This yarn will felt! Listing is for one skein of: 3 ply Fingering weight Hank …

Natural color Fiber Batts, Shetland Alpaca Angora, 2oz, Silver Gray

$24.00

2oz Shetland, Alpaca, Angora fiber batts for spinning or felting

Silky – DK – Soft Handspun Wool Yarn, 25% Mohair, 3ply Yarn, Hand Dyed Gradient – Ethical wool – 134yds

$28.00

One of my favorite new blends! Squishy Soft Corriedale that I hand processed from a first shear, lamb fleece… blended with silky mohair on my drum carder. Then hand-spun and chain plied into a lovely 3ply yarn. I decided to dip-dye this into a gradient from a Pistachio green on one end of the hank, …