More hand dyed wool tops

First of all, I got a lovely packet from Nancy that is my pal in the Fibery Godness swap I sign up for at Ravelry.

There was a lovely handspun thick/thin of Targhee/Alpaca/Silk in beautiful bluish tone, it is so soft and Iove it. 4 oz with white organic cotton, beautiful stitch markers, soap, sponges, tee, Clover point protectors – that I always have thought of buying, but never got so far, Spinn Off magazine, post it sticky. Thank you so much Nancy, I love the packet.

I have also been dyeing a lot of new wool tops, will put them up in the web shop tomorrow.

Merino 21 mic - Cherry wine

BFL - Oceanic blue

BFL - Oceanic blue

Merino 23 mic - Roses are red

Merino 23 mic - Roses are red

New zeeland lam - Dark roses

New zeeland lam - Dark roses

New zeeland lam - Dark roses

New zeeland lam - Dark roses

New Zeeland lam - Candy

New Zeeland lam - Candy

New Zeeland lam - Candy floss

New Zeeland lam - Candy floss

New Zeeland lam - Candy mix

New Zeeland lam - Candy mix

BFL - Fantacy land

BFL - Fantacy land

BFL - Fantacy

BFL - Fantacy

Tussah&silk - Rose wine

Tussah&silk - Rose wine

Tussah&fin ull - Wild dark roses

Tussah&fin ull - Wild dark roses

More spindle and Figgy Pudding arrived.

April fiber of the month club from Chameleon Colorworks was Figgy Pudding, I like this color much more then Easter Parade. Light pastels colors are not my favorite, but this is how it is to be member for a fiber club.

Here is photos of Figgy Pudding, it is BFL.

I also got my new Bosworth spindles, it is Red Cedar midi 20 gram and Zebrawood mini 17 gram.

I love them, I have already spin on round finish and ply Corridale with the midi Red Cedar spindle 😀

More fiber in the house.

My brother work sometimes in Hamar, and since Spinnvilt is in Hamar. What more naturally is it to ask if he could pick up some wool I order from Spinnvilt. I love to try new wool and fiber type, so when Spinnvilt had got in many new type I just had to try. My brother and his family came to Bergen today and look what hi had with him 😛

Wool from Spinnvilt, from left is Corridale, Wensleydale, Shetland, Shropshire, Dorset Horn, Lincoln and in the bag washed Spelsau. Yiah.

Lincoln and Dorset Horn are interesting, but I think that will be a one time bargain. The wool are to coarse for me, wonder what type of yarn I shall spin with it. Corridale and the Shetland are very nice and will definitely be bought more of, Wensleydale I am not shore of before I have spun with it. Shropshire is a fine coarse wool, specially good for making sock yarn and are bought in for that purpose.

Eirik at Spinnvilt give a very good custom service and is one of the two Norwegian spinner & wool shop we have in Norway 😀