For this round of yarns, I'm trying something a liiiittle different. Well, it's different from what I've been doing lately. I really enjoy adding things into my yarns. I love searching for antique buttons and fabrics, and it takes me at least an hour to ply each one. I love the whole process, but that kind of work and the cost of the add ins creates pretty high price points. While I think it's TOTALLY worth the work and effort to get the result, for this round I wanted to find fibers that would do the work for me. I wanted to make yarns that were simple and quick to spin, and let the colors and textures do all the heavy lifting. By doing this, I thought I could keep my work and expenses down, so that you all have a chance to buy something at a bit lower price. These lovelies are the result, and I couldn't be happier with how they turned out! The springy, hand dyed Merino locks, and looooooong (seriously long) viscose fibers really add so much fun texture and the colors of these fibers are phenomenal! I hope you all enjoy these new additions!
Also, check out my new "Half Skein" section. With the same goal of making my yarns available for less, I've decided to start splitting some skeins in half. There is less yardage, BUT for those of you who don't want to commit to the full price skeins, it gives you a chance to try them out!