I was thinking about having a tutorial, but my methods are so improvisational, I haven't decided how I would do that! Maybe some day.
This skein is about 16 feet long. I used store-bought superwash merino wool.
This is another huge skein of superwash.
This is a sock gauge superwash merino which my young child dyed. He did a beautiful job.
These next three are corriedale, some of my first handspuns.
The next two yarns are my handspun merino.
Now for a happy jumble of color!
Wow, your yarn looks beautiful! I would love to knit with some of this!!
Thank you so much, Suzy. I don't know what on earth I will knit with them. Small things, I guess since most of them are small. Beth
Oh how super Beth! They came out beautiful!...so beautiful! The one your son did is amazing....(please tell him I said so!) Did you dip dye? Your handspun looks super too! My sheep are corriedale ( I recently sold them, but will get a new flock in the spring...not sure what kind yet!)
I hope you have a nice weekend!
Thank you, Lizz, and Farmama. Sara, I'm scooting over to your blog to answer your question. See you soon. love, Beth
Those relly do look gorgeous - the range of colours are wonderful! Are they colour fast? I love the idea of dyeing with your kids - thanks for showing them to us :)
Beautiful colors! I love the one your son did. My boys would love to try that - it sounds like so much fun.
That looks amazing!!! I would love to know how to do this!!!!
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