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 1 week 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 with the colors.
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