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MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS - Rare Sheep Breed Recycled Wool Mallow Cotton Bamboo Sparkle Texture Blend - 4 oz

MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS - Rare Sheep Breed Recycled Wool Mallow Cotton Bamboo Sparkle Texture Blend - 4 oz

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An extra chunky blend of cardable fibers for creating art batts, rolags, or other blends to spin into yarn for knitting, weaving, and crochet. One pinch goes a long way!

In this handcrafted blend you'll find:

  • DRYSDALE: One of the rarest breeds of wool with only one registered flock left in the world. This shorter staple length sliver has been cut into WoolMallows (like marshmallows made of wool) to create fuzzy heathered effect that holds onto tiny texture like wool and cotton nepps to make spinning texture easier with minimal fall out.
  • WOOL-MALLOWS: Random fine, medium, and rare wool top, roving, and sliver from my deep stash that create a fuzzy texture when carded and spun and that holds onto tiny texture like wool and cotton nepps to make spinning texture easier with minimal fall out. Includes mohair.
  • WOOL NEPPS: Dyed tiny balls of recycled wool that love to be blended with mohair or other longwool fibers. Wool Nepps create a whimsical bumpy polka dot texture like tiny gumballs.
  • BAMBOO: Lustrous locks of virgin bamboo that feels like silk! This fiber stays cool when worn next to the skin, and is one of my favorites. It is very easy to work with in carding and spinning. This bamboo fiber is a byproduct of the textile industry. It is zero-waste and sourced locally.
  • WOOL THREAD CLOUD. Recycled and dyed wool threads, a recycled byproduct of the textile industry. 
  • COTTON NEPPS: Dyed flecks of recycled cotton that are happy to be blended with anything and create a soft polka dot texture like an impressionistic painting.
  • SPARKLE: Rare discontinued red gold crimp angelina sparkle for an extra dimension of glitz!
  • SILK. Noil and cut Mulberry Silk

HOW TO USE: I have an extensive library of carding and spinning videos all available for free on YouTube. My channel is @neauveau and can be accessed at howtospinyarn.com (no www).

Each bag is subtly different due to the size of the texture and nuance in the dyed bits.

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