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I wasn’t fast enough to include these in the October 1 update, but here they are: four new skeins of handspun, including a yarn spun from my FAVORITE. FLEECE. EVER. First-clip Teeswater lambs wool, combed by hand while still on the sheep and core-spun into a thinner-than-my-usual-size skein (weighing in at over 11 ounces!!) 

It was really hard to make the decision to part with it, but I keep reminding myself that I can’t keep every skein  or I’d never make any money. Seriously, I should be shopping around my tv-show idea, Fiber Hoarders. A therapist would show up to my house and be appalled at my massive amount of fiber piled up to the ceiling. I would stubbornly refuse to sell or donate anything. Perhaps my loved ones would stage an intervention telling me I was choosing the wool over my family and friends.

p.s. For some reason, last week’s update info didn’t post on Facebook properly, so if you’re looking for links to last week’s new items, check out 18 new skeins of handspun yarn, 5 new colors of NOM, and a few braids of dyed Wensleydale top


Introducing 5 new Autumn-themed colors of NOM just in time for the 20% off sale!! Pictured below from left to right: Auburn, Killian, Pumpkin Pie, Pear Cider and Fatigue.




And for the first time in a long time, tons of new handspun yarn! I gave my wrists a nice long rest and now it’s back to business. My stash of raw fleece has been building all summer, and the new yarns are mostly big, shaggy core-spuns made from uncarded locks.




And of course, we can’t forget to add a little something for the spinners. 4 colors of dyed Wensleydale combed top: