Howdy Bluebonnet Fiber Fans!
There are four new fibers in the shop this week! They are beautifully dyed by Ginny at www.fatcatknits.com – she does beautiful, usually repeatable colorways and she is my go-to dyer. These are four of the newest colorways from her shop:
Dragonfly Gradient (on Corriedale Cross) – You may have seen this fiber before. In the past the colors mixed and blended together. This time it will be in long sections of each color. This was a special Ginny did this spring and I am glad to be sharing with you on a new-to-me fiber. Dragonfly is currently my best selling yarn:
Grotto (on Superwash Merino): These purples and teals stole my heart. They are so rich and beautiful. I can’t wait to get it on the wheel:
Robin Redbreast (on Panda: merino, bamboo, nlyon): This colorway caught my eye immediately. It feels like the end of winter hanging on and the beginning of spring creeping in. Robin Redbreast is on Panda blend, which is rapidly becoming my favorite to spin on my is currently my best selling base.
New Day (on Panda: merino, bamboo, nylon): This colorway screams spring to me. I love the colors: soft purple, blue, orange, and yellow. It is also on the bestselling Panda blend.
All fiber is first come first served, but at the moment I can get more of everything on this post. Depending on yardage, they will run $35-40 per skein, which I will know once it is spun. You can contact me below, email me at email@example.com or message the shop on Facebook if there is something you want. I currently have a 2-3 week wait list, but I would love to add you to my March/April queue. You will get regular updates on your fiber’s adventure through the wheel and once finished I will post it as a reserved listing on Etsy for you!
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Happy Knitting, Crocheting and Weaving – Rebecca, proprietress Bluebonnet Fibers – spinning happily away in West Texas