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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Thick-n-Thin Handspun Yarn Color Options

Yep…they are yummy!  And they make the cutest chunky beanies [can be made in any size].  They are also fabulous for cocoon/beanie sets and prop blankets for photographers.Thick n Thin Solids ShadesShades 2_edited-1Shades 3_edited-1BoldsJewels_edited-1

Here is just one example of what can be made with this type of yarn.  It’s quite delicious!IMG_0174-3GL Super yummy yarns…soft and bulky with the thick-n-thin texture!  All yarns are available but must be ordered…I just can’t stock this much yarn at one time.  If you are interested in anything made with these, please message me so that we can set up a custom invoice…and please allow 2-3 weeks for your order to be in your hands.

6 comments:

  1. oh, such lovely yarns. yummy colors, but are they really soft enough to be close to the skin? i'm only asking because i have no experience with such yarn, but i am ready to learn! also, did i miss the price list? thanks. diana

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  2. Diana,

    Yes, these handspuns are super soft!!! Some even softer than others. There isn't a price list, bc price s determined from the item being made. Generally speaking a newborn-child beanie ranges from $25-$35. Cocoons for photography are $50. Blankets a bit more ($65) and small throws for photography a bit less ($45).

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  3. i am also wondering about the price of the yarns themselves.

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  4. are the yarns for sale as well, and at what prices?

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  5. Diana,

    I don't spin the yarn myself. I get them from different vendors after many long hours of internet surfing and research. These particular ones are some of the yarns that I can get my hands on at this time...yarns change from time to time, these just happen to be some of the ones I can work with for custom orders.

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