For those who like to spin their own yarn, here is some fresh dyed tops just listed in the shop. With this update I included our Domestic Targhee, Corriedale and 19 Micron Merino. I also added new fingering weight yarn for those that love to go straight to knitting. The colors are bright and bold. Also with this update I was able to be a little playful and change the length of the color sections. I love it so much, that I would like to continue to make more color experiments in the near future.
I’m so loving this update for the diversity of fibers that I’ve listed today! I have 19 micron Merino, BFL/Silk blend, Falkland and more. I also realized that there are a lot of old colorways that I have almost forgotten. I get so excited about playing with creating new colorways that sometimes I forget that I already have some wonderful ones that I also like to recreate from time to time. With this update, I have brought back some of my old favorites.
I love dyeing gradients! Yes, it takes a little longer, but I love the final effect. I usually can’t wait to start braiding the dry and fluffy wool and my first instinct is always to twist the braid into a roll to see the different color gradations. Well, this time I decided to do my first September update with a few gradients using a couple of different fiber bases. I included a Domestic Rambouillet which is a wonderful and soft wool that has been sourced and processed here in the US and a Polwarth Top. I hope you visit my shop and see what I have available!
I love playing with colors, blends and textures! On this new update, I added a few drum carded batts. Each has a melange of different types of fibers that will make the spinning experience fun. The textures can go from smooth to bumpy in just a few twists! I have also added to this new update my Teeswater long locks and I will adding new colors in the next week. The staple of the locks ranges from 8 to 12 inches long. Some they are even 14 inches long. The wool is fine with beautiful luster and retains a wonderful lock formation after it has been washed. The locks have been hand selected, and they are great for tailspinning.
I’m a little bit tired but so happy because I loooove this shop update. I just listed more sock yarn in the brightest colors ever, on a BFL and silk blend that almost looks like it glimmers, some Perendale sourced from NE of the Sierra Nevada in California and the classic Merino. Here is a glimpse of what I have available now in my shop.
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Hi, my name is Patricia and like to dye anything that I can put my hands on. I run Beesybee Fibers on Etsy and I’m about to have a fiber and yarn update in my shop. I will be listing some BFL and SW Merino sock yarn. Come by to my shop from time to time because I’m often updating with new colorways and adding new fibers to my collection!