Imagine the warmth and richness of a Renaissance festival, and you'll get the feel of this wonderful new colorway. It is made of soft merino, silky bamboo, royal muga silk, sari silk, and the wonderful texture of extra-soft kid mohair locks along with a bit of shimmer in the form of both firestar and angelina.
If you are a felter, I wouldn't recommend these batts since the total percentage of feltable materials is only 68%. If you're a spinner like I am, throw caution to the wind and have a blast spinning all these different soft textures. It would make a wonderful corespun, supercoil, thick and thin, or 2-ply yarn. The last two photos show some yarn I made using Renaissance Festival art batts
The last photo shows some yarn I spun from these art batts.
Name: Renaissance Festival
Weight: 2 ounces
Contents: 63% merino top, 20% bamboo top, 5% muga silk, 5% kid mohair locks, 5% sari silk, 1% firestar, 1% angelina
Colors: deep purple, rich blue, deep magenta, pine green, bronze, gold, multicolored sari silk
Carding Style: Carded once in 2 layers of stripes
Uses: Spinning (Just 68% feltable fibers)
Please allow me 3 business days to make these when you order them.
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