The Art of Yarn

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I have always been captivated by beautiful wavy, thick n thins, curly, windy, coils and bobbin yarns. If you are hand spinning yarns, they should appear to be an expressed visual of that creative process. After all, if one wants a perfect twist with no inconsistencies, then buy a commercially milled skein or hank.

The process itself, I find rewarding, exciting, relaxing and creative. So I’ve journeyed into creating one-of-a-kind art yarns.

These yarns express a moment in time, combining a variety of farm grown and locally sourced rovings, fleeces, locks and batts which can be used not only as adornments or stripes to a project, but also as a project in itself.

Look for these fabulous skeins of beauty. They really are eye-candy to the soul.

2 Responses to "The Art of Yarn"
  1. Darlene Cirilli says:

    Where can I purchase yor thick and thin yarn? I live in east Lyme CT
    What is the last date you will be at the farmers market in Lyme

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