Posts Tagged "fingering"

hand spun waits

Posted on Jan 7, 2014 in cvm~romeldale sheep, finished projects, patterns, yarn | 0 comments

hand spun waits

    cvm wool and silk (or was it bamboo) and kid mohair dyed in salmon and mint and pink sat in the stash waiting, waiting, waiting to become something ahhh… Traveling Vine Fingerless Mitts for J...

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Traveling Vine

Posted on Jun 16, 2013 in colored angora goats, cvm~romeldale sheep, finished projects, patterns, wool and mohair, yarn | 0 comments

Traveling Vine

Traveling Vine socks – a great summer knit. A pretty lace leaf and vine pattern. The simple 8 row lace pattern is easy to memorize which makes knitting these socks relaxing. Knit with  “Rimrock”  a great Winterwind Farm blend of CVM wool with 30% fine kid mohair, hand dyed on the farm. Pattern is available for purchase  through our Etsy store in pdf form for instant...

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about the yarn

Posted on Feb 10, 2013 in about the yarn | 0 comments

about the yarn

~ rare fibers make beautiful yarn ~ put a little luxury in your stash! “Cloud” CVM/Cormo/angora ” Rimrock” CVM/kid mohair fingering cvm/alpaca worsted wt. cvm/nylon fingering cvm/kid mohair worsted worsted wt...

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Blue Heron

Posted on Nov 8, 2011 in yarn | 0 comments

Blue Heron

100% American made from the rare CVM~Romeldale sheeps wool to the mill spun fingering yarn. This soft and lofty yarn has just the right amount of give to be delicate but is strong and defined in 3-ply with 15% nylon. From socks & mitts to hats & scarves, it’s the perfect yarn for your next piece of art. for sale on etsy...

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jonalyn’s scarf

Posted on Sep 10, 2011 in patterns, roving, yarn | 0 comments

jonalyn’s scarf

i have the best farm sitter ever! in june – just after school let’s out (in real life she’s a kindergarten teacher) jonalyn races from the the city to the country so she can spend a week doing farm chores. scooping poop, filling water tanks and overseeing a 100 head of livestock… she thinks she’s at a bed and breakfast…  how to repay her??? maybe with a little cvm wool from Lily, a little angora from Whiskers and a dollop of alpaca hand spun into 2-ply fingering and knit into a lacey, soft and warm scarf with just the perfect amount...

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