Monday, November 8, 2010

Angora rabbit spinning fiber for sale

Loose angora rabbit fiber, gray or white, offered at $5 per oz. plus ship.

 gray angorafiber one ounce

white angora fiber one ounce

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Monday, October 25, 2010

80/20 angora merino wool yarn

This is a commercial spun light fingering weight yarn that is composed of 80% angora, 20% merino wool. It is double ply and very nice to work with for lightweight projects requiring a thin yarn. Each skein yields approximately 50 yds.
Colors available are pink, white, gray, purple, and green.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

angora rabbit fiber for sale

Offered here is a four ounce bag of natural gray angora rabbit fiber for sale.


Saturday, June 5, 2010

punch embroidery yarn

Here is an assortment of punch embroidery yarn. this is great for doll making, and any fine work you do that needs a fine fuzzy yarn.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Vintage Sears interchangeable knitting needles set

This is a Sears interchangeable knitting needles set in its original case, with instructions. You get knitting needle sizes six to eleven (US) It makes 27 circular knitting needles, seven pair of straight knitting needles (jumper) and some stitch holders. The case folds shut and is a hard vinyl. This is a very nice set of interchangeable knitting needles. There are instruction here of how you use them.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

mink scraps for sale

These are scraps of mink that came from a mink coat. They are odd sizes and shapes.

Monday, May 3, 2010

How to make wool handspinning batts on a drum carder

First of all, you can make batts for spinning and crafting purposes even if you don't have a drum carder.  You can use hand carders, or if you don't have these, you can go to Walmart or any pet store and get two pet slicker brushes--the ones with the wire bristles, the larger the better. These will serve for carding batts.

Next, you need some wool. If you have raw, unwashed wool, you will have to wash it carefully, probably several times to get out the grease and dirt. Be sure that you do not accidentally felt the wool while washing.

Then, using your washed, dried wool, gently pull off locks and lay them lengthwise on a hand carder, or if you have a drum carder, fluff them out a little bit and feed them slowly into the carder as you turn the crank. 

Here are some soft garment grade wool/mohair batts. They work well for hand spinning, felting and other craft projects. Wool batts are made on a drum carder--
Colors available:
Purple--grape: this batt is mixed with angora rabbit fur.
Turquoise: this batt has some mohair in it.
Yellow green: this batt has some mohair in it
Sea green: this batt has mohair in it
Apricot: this batt has angora rabbit fiber in it.
Blues and purples: this batt has some mohair and angora rabbit fur in it

Monday, April 12, 2010

Washed Dyed lambswool for sale

 This beautiful kettle dyed garment grade wool comes from a local Ohio Valley flock of English Leicester cross lambs. All lambs  wool listed on this page have been washed and dyed with commercial grade Washfast acid dyes specially formulated for protein fibers. Of course, the white, and the natural colored wool listed last are not dyed--they are the real color of the sheep.  Wool has both memory and bounce and is great for handspinning and all novelty techniques.  These locks are ready to spin or card and are great for blending and fun to work with. Color will not bleed.  Priced at $4 per ounce. Free shipping to US locations. Outside the US, please contact me with shipping destination, and amount you desire to purchase. Will look up best rates. Feel free to contact me with questions at:

Blue locks--light and dark

Green locks, medium

Orange/rust locks


Rose blush

white wool

natural colored wool

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Mohair locks for sale

colors are: turquoise-teal, medium pink, light violet, goldenrod, and mixed purple blues, burgundy, bright blue, canary yellow, cherry, mermaid green and undyed white, .