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Rainbow Cardi

I used my BFL roving to spin the yarn-and attempted..haha to ply them to match. Slight fail! Turns out the overlapping of colors lended a beautiful marled look. I of course, had a hissy fit. I followed all the rules. Whoops! Funny how that works. MY hand dyed fibers are vibrant-giving this cardigan a warm…


Adele Michelsen–Fairy Garden

Type of fiber: Mixed fibersSource of fiber: textured art batt from Oscar and Spohia (Lisa Renee Mckenzie)Colorway: Fairy GardenPhotographer: Natasha Beccaria Photography


Selah Barling–cashmere

This two ounce skein of yarn is cashmere. One ounce was cream, the other gray, and I dyed them with Procion acid dyes in the original batts. Then I teased them, spun them into singles and plyed them together into a fingering weight yarn. They make me think of frog-pond green. I wish the picture…


Sarah Hollandsworth–art batt

The fiber was an art batt from Ozark Carding Mill. It totaled 5 ounces. It contained Bamboo, Cotswold, Firestar, Glitz, Merino and Mohair and was spun on a core of size 10 cotton bedspread thread. The WPI is 8 Sarah Hollandsworth was the photographer