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I spun this yarn using acid dyed kid mohair. I used a commercially spun fine black merino yarn for the core and the ply. The yarn is soft and shiny. It can be used for knitting, crocheting, and weaving. This skein weighs 2.8 ounces and is approximately 65 yards long
I spun this yarn from a core roving made from black super wash merino and a 50/50 blend of white merino and my own kid mohair. It was fun to spin. It is bulky but lightweight, soft and warm. You can knit, crochet, or weave with this yarn. This skein weighs 5 ounces. There are approximately 126 yards of yarn.
These bags were woven on a LeClerc Dorothy loom using wool yarn. Drawstrings were made from various colorful yarns on a rope machine. Some of the embellishments were woven and some were embroidered. They measure 4 1/2 inches by 6 inches. They are not lined.
This light gray/brown fleece is a first clip kid mohair fleece from a sweet little nanny named Wynona. She was a brown baby whose mohair grew to be a lighter shade. There are brown tips on the locks but that is her baby color not staining. This fleece weighs 2 pounds 6 ounces.
This is first clip kid mohair sheared from a little nanny named Wynne. It is light brown/gray in color. The locks are 5 inches in length. The fleece weighs 2 pounds 6 ounces. Wynne was chocolate brown when she was born. Her mohair grew in to be a lighter color.
This is an unwashed colored mohair fleece from a wether named Ulrich. He was 2 years old and this was 8 months growth. The locks are 7 inches long, some shorter,some longer. This fleece was lightly skirted. I pulled out the stained stuff but left the rest, the shorter leg and head fiber remains. The mohair is soft and curly.