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The 4th annual Georgia FiberFest, Georgia’s largest fiber festival, is a week away! Cedar Hill Farm Company is a sponsor again this year and I will have a booth (you can’t miss us; we’re at the front door!) full of seriously gorgeous autumn yarns that won’t hit the online shop until AFTER the event, unless I sell out at the show and then they’ll just be gone (so you better come to the show and shop ’til you drop!!). I’m also going to have 50 new grommet knitting bags that aren’t listed in the shop, stitch markers, knitting needles, patterns, hand-painted roving, natural alpaca and llama roving, and THE VERY FIRST YARN FROM THE SHEEP OF CEDAR HILL FARM.

I am also teaching some knitting classes — go here to register for more than 50 classes in every area of fiber craft that there is — so you’ll want to get in on that, too. This event is also being sponsored by Kromski North America and several other amazing companies. Plus, the Handweavers’ Guild of America will be there doing some fabulous demonstrations. The list of must-see vendors is pretty long (Sheep Incognito, for example, will have a booth…) and the market is FREE, because who wants to spend money on admission when there’s sooooooooo much hand-painted and hand-dyed yarn to buy? As well, there will be a dinner in a restored mill on the river catered by one darned amazing chef, and Pam Powers, who is also teaching two classes during the show, is the guest speaker. You’ll also want to get in on that!

The Georgia FiberFest will be September 10-12 at the Convention and Trade Center in Columbus, GA, which just so happens to be a restored ironworks from the Civil War with its own train! So, stop in or stay over and visit twice! Hope to see you there!

It’s probably about time that I started carrying spinning fiber in the shop, and what better time to make it available than during the week of the Tour de Fleece? So, here it is, the first of much fiber that will be added to the shop. I am starting with 100% superwash merino top, hand painted in a variety of colors that are sure to make you want to do nothing all day but sit and spin! Two “sizes” are available: 3.8 oz (108 g) and 4 oz (113 g).

As with our yarns, all of our dyed fibers are done with an eco-friendly acid dye that is well-fixed to avoid bleeding, fading, and dye transfer to your hands while spinning. This merino top is perfect for beginning spinners who want to move away from spinning long wools to something soft and next-to-the-skin wearable. I like the superwash merino top for spinning sock yarn, myself. The 3.8 oz that is currently stocked is dyed for long color repeats, which makes it a really fine choice for spinning self-striping fingering weight yarn.

Also being added over the course of the next week will be undyed, all-natural luxury batts of alpaca and llama blends in a variety of weights. These drum carded batts were worked up here at the farm, but the fiber comes from some of the best alpaca and llama breeders in Georgia, Florida, and Virginia. Fine micron, top quality. So be on the lookout for those!

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The wonderful colors in Sound of Music being set most of the time outdoors with the bright greens and blues brought about this lovely skein of yarn.

Shades of blue and green interspersed with white to remind you of the clouds, grass and sky.

75% SW Merino wool, 25% nylon in 463yd skeins.

This is a repeatable colorway so if you would like more than 1 skein and have it as a same dye lot let me know and I will be happy to dye it up.

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.

Woo Hoo! Luna Grey Fiber Arts is turning three! To celebrate, I’m having a sale! Take 20% off your entire in-stock yarn purchase using coupon code: Birthday20. Shop early for the best selection!

Thank you so very much for supporting my small, one-woman business these past three years. I feel incredibly blessed to share my love of yarn and color with you guys!

Fine Print…
Offer expires at midnight (MST) Sunday May 17th 2015. Use coupon code: Birthday20 at checkout. Valid on regularly priced, in-stock yarn/roving. Not valid on previous orders, custom orders, knitting project kits or in my Etsy shop.

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.
— Patricia

There is life after Merino! I have lots of lovely fibre from a number of different British Sheep Breeds in my Etsy Store, all hand dyed with natural dyes in Yorkshire, England.

There’s Bluefaced Leicester, one of the lustre wools. BFL has a longer staple, is next-to-the-skin soft and takes the dye with a lovely shine.

Jacob is a little “sheepier,” not necessarily for next-to-the-skin garments, but great for outerwear like hats and gloves.

Shetland is great woollen spun to keep it light and airy and wonderfully warm.

And, last but not least, Wensleydale. A wonderful long wool, the fibre really sucks up the dye giving beautiful, strong, jewel colours with a sheen almost like silk.

Having a year-long theme is quite interesting. For February I chose My Fair Lady. The colors go from grey to burgundy, white with black, pink and end in red. This is the transition of Eliza Doolittle, who went from street urchin to lady. This is a self-striping yarn in my “Blessed Fingers” base of 100% SW BFL.
I hope you’ll check it out and the other new yarns in shop as well.