This art batt colorway was created by my wonderful husband and inspired by the iconic Robert Frost poem of the same name. I think every American child learned that poem in school.
The art batt is chocked full of luxury fibers, but the predominant color is white with deep brown and gray for the woods and light blue merino for the sky. It was made with sparkles to denote the sparkles on the snow, but of course you can choose sparkles or no sparkles.
The fibers are merino, Polwarth, alpaca, camel down, tussah silk, mint, mulberry silk, and muga silk. So much softness here!
Name: Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
Weight: 2 ounces
Contents: 30% merino, 25% Polwarth, 10% alpaca, 15% mulberry silk, 5% camel down, 5% tussah silk, 5% mint fiber, and 5% muga silk
Colors: White, Gold, Brown, Gray, Beige, Blue
Carding Style: Layers of thin stripes carded once
Uses: Spinning or Felting (83% feltable fibers)
I included several photos of yarn I spun from these art batts to give you an idea of how they can spin up.
Please allow 3 business days for me to make these for you when you order them.
You can choose whether you would like sparkle in your art batts or not. If you choose sparkle, I will include sparkly Angelina and/or firestar that will coordinate best with the colors. If you choose no sparkle, I will not include any even if it is listed in the original contents.
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