I had a bit of time off around Xmas to putter around the house with a nasty cold keeping me in. While the soulmate decided that the time was for making beer, at one point I jostled him away from the stove to put my dyepots on. Finally, I've got everything photographed and labeled and listed and ready to go! Oh, except for some lovely merino lace yarn that I want to re-photograph. That will be listed very soon.
Here's a few things in the listing.
A few skeins of handspun Shetland:
A couple colors of hand dyed Polworth-Silk top that I'm wild about:
A few colors of Superfine Merino/Superfine Kid Mohair pencil roving:
A few colors of Superwash BFL roving:
The best is for last (drumroll please...) MONGOLIAN CASHMERE ROVING!
SQUEEEEE! I can't say enough good things about this stuff. It's the softest fiber I've ever touched, and it spins up into a drapey smooth yarn, and then blooms into the most perfect little delicate halo ever. I have a limited amount of this, and I am still having a sale- 30% off! A real bargain as far as cashmere is concerned.
Check it out at KnotMyDayJob.etsy.com. The coupon code for the 30% off is "trente". Happy shopping!