Friday, February 4, 2011

Yarn Feast!

I've really had some great fun spinning lately, I've spun myself up a little feast of yarn, take a peek!

I've actually name this one Yarn Feast, because it's so delicious and full of color and texture, a feast for the eyes!


Quartz


Graphic


Lake Michigan All Spun Up


Watermelon Tourmaline

I had a wonderful time with this bit of fiber play, I really needed it too! I'll be listing these in my shop this week, with all the particulars if you're on the look out for juicy yarn!

I hope you have the best weekend! Blessings Friends!
Melissa

13 comments:

  1. Very pretty - love the colours!

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  2. As usual, your yarns are delicious...a true yarn feast for the eyes! Once the weather gets better, I want to arrange a playdate with you so you can show me some of your spinning techniques. I love what you create!

    Happy Fiber Arts Friday!

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  3. You spun while stuck inside with the door blocked from the snow??
    I love the Michigan skein. A beautiful batt turns into an equally beautiful yarn. Nice work.

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  4. Yarn Feast looks delicious - I bet it feels amazing too!

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  5. The yarns look amazing! I'm your newest follower!

    http://mcgreenexperience.blogspot.com/

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  6. I always love looking at your yarns.

    They are so different from anything I would make. So you challenge me to think about how these wild and wonderful yarns could be used.

    :-)

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  7. Your handspun always looks so festive. It's interesting what the Lake Michigan looks like spun. I can't wait to get started on mine. Happy Fiber Arts Friday! See you Sunday

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  8. I can see all these new yarns made into a beautiful sweater. Is it done yet?
    Love your colorful yarns and textures too.

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  9. Lovely spinning. Great colors and textures.

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  10. I just want it all... Graphic is my favorite though. Once again... love reading your posts.

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  11. Hello Melissa! The Yarn Feast is adorable! I would love to have it on a glass bowl to just look all the time! All the yarn you make is really beautiful!
    Thank you for your visit and sweet words!
    Sunny wishes! Teje
    Ps. You have lovely name, it's a bee in Greek.

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