New Hand-dyed Spinning Fibers

Hey, I have photographed and posted some spinning fiber that I’ve hand-dyed.

Hand-dyed Wool Roving, 1 lb This multi-shaded/multi-colored wool roving is hand-dyed by me. It’s shades of dark greens with areas of purples, wines and blacks. The wool is a 27 microns northern European blend. It’s medium feeling in terms of softness, and is super easy to spin! Great for the beginning spinner or the old pro. It’s also great for felting, needle felting or other craft work. The dye is colorfast and washfast.

100% wool, 1 lb

The next two are both hand-dyed merino. They are very soft, spin like a dream, and would be great for things close to the skin. Great for the beginning spinner or the old pro. Besides spinning, it’s also great for felting, needle felting or other fiber crafts. The dye is colorfast and washfast.

Each Hank is 4 oz of hand-dyed goodness, and comes in a roving form. 100% merino

Hand-dyed Merino Spinning Fiber - Pavoreal
The color is Pavoreal, which means peacock in Spanish. It’s shades of limes, greens, purples, and browns.

Hand-dyed Merino Spinning Fiber - Harvest
The color Harvest is exactly what it sounds like: fall colors in golds, greens, and oranges and browns.

You can snatch them up in my etsy shop.

Posted in hand-dyed fiber, spinning fiber.

2 Comments

  1. Thanks Brent! I’ll check out your blog.

    Oh, yeah, there used to be a spot to put in your link when you posted a comment, but I don’t see it anymore.

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