Friday, July 1, 2011

A Little Sunshine Makes the Daffodils Blossom

I picked up this wonderful Pink Lemonade Fiber Art batt from Kelly at Felting Sunshine back in May. It's really gorgeous and chuck full of lots of soft and sparkly pink fibers, my favorite combination! I just love pink, that batt had my name all over it!



Along with the batt from Felting Sunshine, I spun in generous clouds of my Petal Pink Lamb Locks and Sari Silk Tangles, Plus the pink daffodils I made special just for this spin. The skein is 82 yards, 5.25 ounces and Super Bulky 5-6 wpi. It was a really fun spin and I think the daffodils are right at home in this yarn.

Be sure to check out Felting Sunshine for some gorgeous fiber and pop over to Wonder Why and Natural Suburbia to see what all the creative people have been up to this week!

Have a wonderful and safe holiday weekend! Blessings Friends!
Melissa

11 comments:

  1. That yarn is beautiful! Will you sell it or will you use it for your own project?

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  2. Melissa--How beautiful! I know that Kelly was so pleased to see how happy you are with it, and what beautiful yarn it made! XXO-

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  3. Aww....thank you! The yarn is so pretty! I'm still practicing. :) It's so much fun!

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  4. Fabulous yarn, super cool. What shall be done with it?

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  5. Oooohhhh, I adore your pink handspun!

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  6. So pretty - I love how pink it is (and not just in colour if that makes any sense?!)

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  7. Looks good enough to eat...especially the way you photographed it...yummmy!

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  8. Oh, it looks so yummy. Love seeing what you create.

    Happy Fiber Arts Friday!

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  9. OK, now you have me wanting pink lemonade. Super lovely yarn, do you have plans for it yet?

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  10. Beautiful hot house flowers. I really like them with this skein. Lovely!

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