Yarn for a cause

I got two of my roving spun into beautiful yarn by LIttleCreekYarn. This is so exciting because now I can see what other spinners and crafters are doing with my hand dyed roving. Half of her sales goes to Partners in Health, an organization who helps communities to combat disease and poverty.

This pretty skein is made up of 120 yards of soft merino/silk blend, spun to a bulky weight and plied with a clear nylon thread on which are strung upwards of sixty silver-edged enamel flowers in various colors.

Let's Skip the Showers and go Directly to Flowers...

Let's Skip the Showers and go Directly to Flowers...

This skein was spun from my “Lupine Fields” roving which is 50% merino and 50% silk. I love the sheen.

Hope Spring's Eternal...

Hope Spring's Eternal...

…because winter sure is lasting forever! This luxurious 50/50 merino/silk yarn has colors some of us can barely remember at this point — sky blue, new-grass green, violet purple. 190+ yards, 3 5/8 ozs, spun thick and thin averaging around 16 wpi. It will help banish the grey in your days. –Littlecreekyarn.

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