These art batts were inspired by a beautiful painting by Monet. The entire name of the painting is as follows: "Monet's Houses of Parliament, London, with the Sun Peaking through the Fog."
This was my favorite from a series of paintings he did there, and I used this painting as inspiration for my club colorways last spring.
These art batts contain merino soft merino wool, baby alpaca, bamboo, and baby camel down.
I use a special technique to keep the colors bright but also well blended.
The last photo shows some yarn I spun from these art batts to give you an idea of how they can spin up.
Name: Monet's Houses of Parliament
Weight: 2 ounces
Contents: 85% merino wool, 5% baby alpaca, 5% bamboo, 5% baby camel down
Colors: Oranges, Yellows, Reds, Greens
Carding Style: Layers of thin stripes carded once
Uses: Spinning or Felting (90% feltable fibers)
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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