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Great instructions for sorting and skirting your fiber

Great instructions for sorting and skirting your fiber

My suri llamas were my inspiration to learn to spin. Their suri locks are so beautiful, I wanted to spin them intact.  My yarns are made of one or more of the following:  Llama, Alpaca, Sheep, Goat.  I always begin with raw fiber, and wash/dye.  I love working with different textures and to achieve my effect, I do spin one lock at a time.  More on my facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/WunsapanaFarmArtisanLockspunYarn

My suri llamas were my inspiration to learn to spin. Their suri locks are so beautiful, I wanted to spin them intact. My yarns are made of one or more of the following: Llama, Alpaca, Sheep, Goat. I always begin with raw fiber, and wash/dye. I love working with different textures and to achieve my effect, I do spin one lock at a time. More on my facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/WunsapanaFarmArtisanLockspunYarn

How To Wash Alpaca Fiber / Fleece AlpacaBytes | Dutch Hollow Acres

How To Wash Alpaca Fiber / Fleece AlpacaBytes | Dutch Hollow Acres

Spinning Fiber Hand dyed Lincoln Sheep Wool by LaTeaDaDesigns, $13.95

Spinning Fiber, Hand dyed Lincoln Sheep Wool Locks, Kid Mohair, Angelina, Doll Hair, English Garden 3 oz

Spinning Fiber Hand dyed Lincoln Sheep Wool by LaTeaDaDesigns, $13.95

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