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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!

There’s been some new stuff popping up over at Skeinny Dipping — spinning fiber! But in case you don’t spin, there’s lots of yarn in the shop, too. And if you’ve been wanting a certain sweater quantity or a certain colorway on a specific base, you’ll be thrilled to know there’s a Spring Pre-Order event going on now through Monday, June 9th. Info is over at the Skeinny Dippers group on Ravelry (won’t you join us?).

My name is Lexi Parisse and I’m a fiber artist and beekeeper. It all began at the Fashion Institute of Technology, where I received a BFA specializing in knitwear. After college I went to work in the NYC fashion industry as an assistant designer, then a design and sales consultant for the largest knitting machine manufacturer in the world, Shima Seiki. While working at Shima, I took a drop spindle class and I was hooked. Now, not only could I create a garment using yarn but I could also create the yarn too! I needed to dive deeper into my new obsession so I decided to leave my job within the fashion industry, move to Long Island and work on a fiber farm. It’s one thing to work with amazing fiber but it’s another thing to work with the animals that provide it to you. Now I am starting a new adventure in my life. I want to not only create and sell beautiful fiber and bee-related products but I want to educate people on bees and the fiber arts as well.

Check out our store for a selection of drop spindle kits, hand spun yarn, bath and beauty products, hand-dyed fiber and more! Enjoy!!

Check out the newest addition to the June Pryce line! Rolags! Jenn is taking our favorite fiber colorways and whipping them into sweet rolags. Beautifully soft and smooth, ready to be spun up into a gorgeous yarn. Don’t see them in your favorite June Pryce colorway? She will gladly card some up custom for you.

Keep an eye out, more fibery goodness to come!

June Pryce Fiber Arts is a sister-run company specializing in supplies for the creative crafter. Cheryl is based in Rhode Island and Jenn in Pennsylvania. Visit their Etsy shop for a mind-boggling array of color and texture: Spinning and felting fibers, hand-dyed yarns and handspun yarns, project bags and the unique shawl pin alternative, the Knit Link. Original knitwear designs coming soon! Custom orders joyfully fulfilled.

Their Spin to Knit Scarf Kits have been featured in Spin-Off Magazine and you can see their newest ad in the awesome Ply Magazine.

It is usual for the shop to be updated and rearranged on Tuesdays to keep it fresh. Right now, Cheryl is hording everything she dyes for their upcoming shows. Visit them on May 17 in Bristol, Rhode Island for the Rhode Island Wool and Fiber Festival and on May 23 and 24 in Cummington, Mass. at the Massachusetts Sheep and Woolcraft Fair.

Please join them over on Ravelry in their June Pryce Fiber Arts group for more information on shop updates, clubs, KALs, and other fun stuff.

Greetings! We are relatively new to Etsy, but we have our humble beginnings dyeing non-superwash or “diapering base” yarns to the cloth diapering community, and over the years we’ve added an entire repertoire of new bases from sock yarns to cashmere. Our superwash Merino 62s fiber is a favorite. We do all sorts of colors from rich, saturated rainbow, to subtle or muted semisolids.

We have items in stock and, yes, we do custom orders. We have sock, DK, aran, and “Game of Thrones” clubs. We also do special edition Hubble telescope and fiber flower colorways.

We are running a special through May — Send us your blank yarn and we will dye a semisolid color of your choice for $5/4 oz. Hope to hear from you soon!