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WHITE OPAL - Eucalyptus Crimp Bamboo Cotton Fiber Art Texture Blend - 2 oz

WHITE OPAL - Eucalyptus Crimp Bamboo Cotton Fiber Art Texture Blend - 2 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!

Eucalyptus fiber is new! I'd never seen anything like it when I found it locally, and loved the way it reminded me of crimpy BFL lamb locks with a mohair halo, and it is bright white with a silky, airy, clean handle.

I'm thrilled to be the first fiber artist to play with this new product. It is a zero-waste plant (cellulose) fiber that is biodegradable and sustainably processed and next to skin soft.

This zero waste blend includes:

  • Eucalyptus virgin crimp fiber
  • Dyed Cotton Nepps
  • Dyed bamboo
  • Dyed wool thread cloud

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).

 

 

In this handcrafted blend you'll find:

  • BAMBOO: lustrous locks of extra shiny fine rayon noil that feels like silk! This fiber stays cool when worn next to the skin, and is one of my favorites. 
  • WOOL NEPPS: Dyed tiny balls of recycled wool that love to be blended with mohair or other longwool fibers. Wool Nepps create a bumpy polka dot texture like tiny gumballs.
  • 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: A generous amount of angelina sparkle for an extra dimension of glitz! 

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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