Friday, February 25, 2011

Another Skein

So, would you believe me if I told you I have NO processed fiber in the house now? This is the last 2oz of my BFL roving. Its purple, with purple,teal, and blue BFL locks spun into it while plying.
All I have in my "stash" is about a pound of red Satin Angora, and some alpaca and kid mohair that I use in roving blends with BFL. At the farmers market, I have a few baggies of dyed locks, half a dozen white BFL lambswool skeins, and a handful of dyed BFL skeins.
This skein is 63 yards, and is priced at $12.


Denise said...

that is a beautiful skein Lisa! And you have no other yarn in your house other than satin? Wow you are so disciplined! Now that I work in a yarn shop one day a week I have to sit on my hands to keep them from bringing home yarn :-)

Somerhill said...

Not being a knitter, I'm not really tempted to buy yarn.
For the most part, my fiber purchases end up being for resale. I do have a pretty good supply of dyes in the cabinet.......although I'm short on some of my favorite colors.

Carol said...

Lovely skein. Sounds like it's time to replenish your inventory. I'm waiting for a large order back from the mill. Can't wait to see what's coming back.

Becky Utecht said...

What? You're not a knitter? I would never has guessed that, you make such lovely skeins!

Somerhill said...

I only knit square things. And only knit - don't purl.

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