What a blessing it is to come back inside to a warm pot of soup, my dogs, and my spinning!
What do I have on my bobbin? Currently I am working with a combination Southdown roving in Tranquil Sea Color combination. It should be finished and off the bobbins sometime this weekend.
Here are some of the hand-spun, hand-knit hats that I made with my hand-dyed yarns.
CVM and Blue Face Leicester Roving and hand-spun yarn. This was processed for my by Ohio Valley Natural Fibers. They do an exceptional job!
This roving and hand-spun yarn is a combination of 73% Mahogany Alpaca, 25% Brown Merino Wool, and 12% Silver Tussah Silk. So Sweet!
This photo is of my dark brown wool combined with alpaca. I've spun this beautiful yarn into a Heavy Knitting Worsted-Weight Yarn.
This lovely, unique fiber is a combination of dark brown wool and alpaca, which I've combined with hand-dyed salmon-colored wool.
Made especially for U of M Fans!This is made using my Southdown wool. I hand-dyed it Blue with just a touch of Maize.
Here are a couple of the batts that I had made up at Ohio Valley Natural Fiber.
They are just wonderful! Toasty Warm! Thick and Rich 100% Southdown Wool.
You'll notice that they are much thicker than common quilting batts. These make wonderful Comforters and Mattress Pads.
All of my Batts have SOLD OUT!
I have these Custom Made using my wonderful Southdown Wool.
If you are interested in purchasing a custom made batt, please contact me.