Friday, September 30, 2011

Blue Skys


Blue Skies Flower Power Art Yarn with Gourmet Mix-Ins

I had a request for my Flower Power yarn, so I spun some up, with a few little twists, I thought I'd share a picture for this week's Fiber Friday post. Like all my art batts/yarn, this contains multiple colors, distinct textures from multiple types of fiber, and added elements, all spun together to make (hopefully) a beautiful, interesting yarn.

As autumn approaches, folks (including me!) are thinking more and more of cozy spinning or knitting projects to keep our loved ones warm. With that thought, I'm off to do some spinning, two pounds of alpaca is calling to me!

Have a wonderful weekend! Blessings Friends!
Melissa

14 comments:

  1. What stunning colours, beautiful :)

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  2. That blue sky looks so warm and friendly after just coming in from out side on a brisk, wet, gusty morning. Those add ins look so springy. Love your yarns.
    Are you going to spin the alpaca plain or be creative?

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  3. This is so pretty! Love the little flowers in the yarn.

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  4. Oh what pretty colours! I love all the details.

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  5. Awesome!!!!

    Happy Fiber Arts Friday!!

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  6. That yarn is delightful! I just want to knit it up into a cute cowl or hat...or fingerless mitts.

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  7. I love that yarn! I have been thinking about playing with add-ins with my spinning & this definitely encourages me to give it a try.

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  8. Beautiful colors! I love the little crochet flowers!

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  9. I haven't seen the blue sky in a week or more ... your yarn makes up for it!

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  10. I love this yarn and you are right! this is the season that you get the knitting fever! thanks for stopping by and your nice comments!

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  11. That yarn looks gorgeous! I just love the colour.
    Thanks for dropping by my wee blog and laveing a kind comment.

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  12. Oh, I LOVE this!!! What fun!
    What does it look like knitted up, I wonder?!?! XXO--

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