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  • Fibre Luxe Squad

    Fibre Luxe Squad

    I never thought about it; I just knew people enjoyed my spinning class. Over the past two years, I just did it on the side and found other interests, like dyeing with flowers from my garden. However… After getting away on a trip to visit family, I could reflect on what you enjoy and what…

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  • Price Change!

    Check it out! Till next time, happy spinning, knitting, or crocheting. 😊 -Keli

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  • Shop Update

    Combed Top Today I gathered up all that combed top dyed with eastern Brazilwood. It is almost 200g! You can try dyeing with these colours using different modifiers such as soda ash, citric acid, and iron. Colour changes are what I love about dyeing with materials found in nature. Mini-Skein Sets Check out my organic…

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  • Create Yarn From A Cocoon

    m.facebook.com/story.php Watch as I turn a silk hankie into yarn. No spinning is required! Enjoy, Keli

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  • Logwood, Chlorophyllin, &…

    Logwood, Chlorophyllin, &…

    Chlorophyllin, Logwood, Cochineal, and Madder Root. Remember these braids of fibre and yarn I dyed? Well, here they are, a couple of weeks after I let them cure. I then washed them in a ph neutral soap and dried them. Logwood Dyed Combed Top Results To create the different colours using the logwood dye extract…

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  • Dyeing Wool & Silk Using Eastern Brazilwood

    Dyeing Wool & Silk Using Eastern Brazilwood

    Wool & Silk Fibres Dyeing Wool & Silk Using Eastern Brazilwood are the materials I chose to dye with. I used Cheviot, and Bluefaced Leicester combed top for my wool and silk hankies for my silk. Eastern Brazilwood Dye Stock Ground eastern Brazilwood powder is the dye stock I used. To use this ground wood,…

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