Hand dyed Angora locks. I received these from Tess in the 2012 Christmas Exchange and have fondled this soft, silken loveliness (I don't think that's a real word) on a regular basis ever since. Finally I'm putting them to use and plan to use them as an accent yarn in some weaving.
Thanks Carole. It wasn't difficult once I got the hang of it.
I used 2 different techniques, one done in 3 processes, the other in 2. I preferred the 3 step method, which seems to hold together better and is a bit neater but it's all down to personal preference and what it's to be used for.
Post by carole aka craftywoman on Jul 13, 2017 11:57:44 GMT
I have the spinning and yarn book and she talks about it there too, I will have a go when I can get time, why is time so elusive these days?!! thank you for the links you put up in one of threads I watched them yesterday and now have them saved too :-)