Posts Tagged "hand dyed"

Gradient – hand spun kid mohair and silk

Posted on Jan 25, 2017 in cvm~romeldale sheep, patterns, roving~yarn, wool and mohair, yarn | 0 comments

Gradient – hand spun kid mohair and silk

moody blues and gray handspun singles getting ready to become the Shibui Gradient Cowl (pattern here) kid mohair and silk blends in natural silver and white, kettle dyed to stormy Blue Heron and Harbor blues. a relaxing seed stitch pattern using 3 strands of yarn held as one, shifting colors one strand at a time to create a new shade. that is – Gradient. 1600 yards in 4 colors custom spinning requests can be made by contacting winterwind farm at fiber@winterwindfarm.com another Gradient by winterwind farm found here and there. Happy Winter – stay warm and...

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dryer balls

Posted on Aug 30, 2015 in cvm~romeldale sheep, finished projects, misc, wool and mohair | 0 comments

dryer balls

I never really believed in dryer balls…until I tried them. As a natural fabric softener these dryer balls reduce wrinkles, reduce drying time and reduce static. And if you add a few drops of your favorite essential oil to a dryer ball, you will have fabulously scented towels and sheets (and laundry room). Handmade from cvm wool, angora wool and mohair (these are kind of designer balls), they are all natural, eco-friendly and affordable. In natural colors of white, gray, brown and charcoal. Or hand dyed in soft pastel colors. add 3-4 balls to your dryer and enjoy! for sale on Etsy...

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roving – cvm wool/kid mohair

Posted on Jan 21, 2012 in cvm~romeldale sheep, roving | 2 comments

roving – cvm wool/kid mohair

faded jeans 80% fine CVM wool 20% kid mohair harvest gold 80% fine CVM wool 10% alpace 10% angora crazy soft and silky roving in golds with dollops of orange and...

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