Fiber: Batts, 65% Merino / 25% Tussah Silk / 10% Baby Camel Source: Southern Cross FibreColorway: WineberryPhotographer: Ann M. Krieg
It's a BFL/Tussah silk blend from Three Waters Farm. The colorway is Red-Gold tonal and I took the photograph
Mixed BFL/Silk 85/15 Combed TopAllSpunUpNo colorway nameI took the photograph
The fiber was from a batt I purchased from inglenook fibers–contents are merino, BFL, alpaca, bamboo, milk fiber, sari silk, silk, angelina, firestar, silk noil colorway "everglades"
This yarn is a mint green with just about every fiber animal that is in my farm. I also used some silk. There is alpacas, angora goat and pygroa goat, angora rabbit. the colors are green, mix with some blue, yellow, white and aqua. I wash the fiber and hand dyed it and carded it The skein…
Go There Now This is a mix is several fibers I received from the Moonwood Farms Roc Day Swap. It has wool, alpaca, mohair locks, silk, sari silk, angelina, firestar, lint, cotton balls, tinsel etc… I actually took all the colors fibers and carded them together with my carder into a huge batt. Then, this…
Silk roving from Spinning Forth was a rich royal blue. I blended it with a Shetland fleece close to shaela in color. Came out a lovely deep, heathery blue. My only complaint is there isn't enough for a larger garment. Probably just enough for a scarf.
This is "Julia's Shawl" from Alison Jeppson Hyde's book 'Wrapped in Comfort'. It was spun from Ashford's Merino/Silk blend in the shade entitled Mulberry and spun on a Majacraft Little Gem wheel.
This yarn turned out super soft, and I think looks like spun gold. I plan to knit this into a ribbed vest, but I haven't decided on the pattern yet.