Targhee Gradation and Tweedy Batt Bump! A Great Spinning Experience!
NEW! Targhee Gradient Set of FIber With Bricolage Studios Tweedy Batt Bumps - A great combination of fiber to enhance your creativity
We've got a new fiber thing going! It's a wonderful gradient set of colors, from super pastel to the most intense of the springiest Targhee Fiber - and combined it with the most creative batts by Bricolage Studios. The colors are meant to work together and the fibers are meant to help you produce the most interesting, creative yarns ever!
This batch is Bright Teal, moving in color from a light pastel, yet bright, turquoise to a dark jewel-tone. Each Targhee bump is one-half ounce, and each Tweedy Batt Bump is one ounce; the total amount of fiber is 4 ounces of fluffy, soft, crimpy, spinnable fiber.
This Targhee Combed Top is a US fiber - it's grown, processed, and dyed in the US. It's a soft, springy fiber that will spin in anything from a fine, smooth lace weight to a bounce, thick bulky.
The batts contain a wonderful, unique combination with Black BFL, Salt and Pepper Merino/Tencel, silk noil, and some fabric selvage. It is going to spin up into an amazing textured yarn with a lovely shading of turquoise that will work effortlessly with the Targhee top.
Name: Targhee Combed Top and Tweedy Batt Bumps
Color: Bright Teal Gradient
Put Up: 4 ounces 113 grams
Special Put Up: 4 one-half ounce bumps, one of each gradient color from pastel to intense plus two one-ounce batts of a Tweedy Batt Bumps
100% American Targhee Wool
Black Blue Face Leicester
Salt and Pepper Merino Tencel 80/20
These are ready to ready to ship - not dyed to order.
The price listed on the shipping profile is for Priority Mail. We want you to get your yarn as soon as possible, and this is the best way to do so. We are also willing to ship internationally. Please feel free to contact me before payment to determine the exact shipping cost.
International Buyers - please let me know if you'd like a quote for your country. We are happy to ship outside our listed areas. Just ask!