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The Final Batt

I am now spinning the last of the batts I got last year at SAFF. It’s different from other batts that I’ve worked with in that is a single fiber type, merino wool. I was drawn to it because of … Continue reading

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Back to the Bunny – Angora Batt #2

I decided to spin my other Angora batt for my next project.This batt is called Untamed Woods, and the colorway is green with yellow and blue highlights which make for a visually interesting spun yarn. The fiber content is only … Continue reading

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Bunny Time!

I have, at long last, finished the Desert Rose BFL-Silk blend project. Whew! But the wonderful result is that I have just over 1900 yards of sport-weight yarn to make something lovely with. So what’s next? Bunny fur! Aka angora … Continue reading

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Art Batts!!

Gorgeous. That’s the first word that comes to mind about my new spinning project. I finished my last project, the spinning and Navajo ply of BFL/Silk. I’m happy with the results, the practice was good. I learned that my primary … Continue reading

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My Daily Spin – the Art Batt

I decided to take a little break from silk and spin one of the art batts I got at the fiber fair in Dallas-Fort Worth when I was there a few weeks ago. This is yet another new type of … Continue reading

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