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onion skin dyed
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onion skin dyed
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105 yards 8+oz each

Handspun locks

Plyed with copper lurex

 Hot water soak scrub finishing

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 I have saved a pound of red onion skins, actually I wild harvest them from the grocery store bins. While the washed, by me, wool is cooking in the mordant I am brewing up the skins. I have dyed a good 7 pounds of 3 fleeces. BFLx, Targhee x and chevoit. And being me some kid Mohair jumped in. So lots of texture as well as color. I split the dye pot into 3 first vats of a pound each. Cooked them and let them set. Removing this cooled wool there is still color. So I dyed more mordant wool. After it has all dried I put it through my triple picker. Then spun the locks on my Louet wheel. Plyed with a copper lurex. Finally each skein gets a hot water soapy scrub. 
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Solstice 14
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Solstice 14
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Lots of merino wool from Colfax WA. After washing I dyed the wool in many shades of orange. picked with lots of bright colors:aqua, pink, yellow, lime, and purple for a hot summery look. After spinning on my Louet wheel I plyed with a fine orange yarn. 

very soft and squishy. 

105 yards

thick and thin

hot water soaked for finishing

ready for immediate shipping

Peony Ice
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Peony Ice
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105 yards each

8-10 ounces each

Corespun locks

Hot water soak finishing 

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Very soft kid mohair locks from Mohair Magic I dyed with several shades of pinks, picked to fluff with my triple picker and I used a fine sturdy pink yarn to core spin on to.

So soft and fluffy

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Aqua Rain
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Aqua Rain
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105 yard skeins
approx 6 ounces
thick and thin spun
hot water soaked finishing
smoke free kitty friendly home shop
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Lots of very soft merino wool from Colfax WA area mixed with kid mohair from Mohair Magic etsy seller. I washed and dyed the fibers with light olive, purple/lavender and aqua picked in my pat green triple picker. then spun on my Louet wheel and plyed with a fine pale green rayon yarn.
So soft and squishy.
one skein will make up into a good sized scarf or cowl or mittens or small shawl. i like to use a size 17 or 19 needle or a Q hook.
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January Sky 17

Lots of very soft dark gray merino wool from Kalispel MT, picked with white mohair locks and wool...
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February 13, 2020

I am all set up at the Pickin' Post Falls show.
Forgot to take pics of my booth. Also forgot my table covers, so my nice vintage goods neighbor loaned me a chunk of lace.
This red yarn is my new color way. I only have spun up 2 skeins and a couple minis. You will have to come see it in person. Friday February 14 and Sat.

February 9, 2020

This weekend, Friday February 15 and Sat Feb 15. At the Post Falls Greyhound center. 10-8 and 10-4.
Lots of local vendors. Vintage and hand made goods. I will be set up with my handspun yarns, hats and shawls.

February 8, 2020

Brigid's Day.
To celebrate the returning light.

Handspun art yarn thick and thin lock spun especially to celebrate Brigids Day. The half way point between what winter solstice and spring equinox. This is especially noticable here in the inland Pacific Northwest because the days are finally getting longer. We have sunrise around 7a and daylight

February 7, 2020

I have just spun this so soft Suri white alpaca. click on pic to check out my Etsy shop. thank you

Handspun alpaca locks white Suri from Pleasant Prairie Suris of Otis Orchards WA. I washed these beautiful silky locks, then core spun them using my Louet s75 wheel. Gave each one a soapy hot water soak and scrub to secure any loose fluffies. I suggest a size 17 needle, Q hook or 5 dpi. Each skein

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