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Tuesday, June 23, 2009

The Difference in Fibers!

Mama Llama Sea Ewe,
Jude, Dip 1

I came up with a really neat colorway by over dyeing a skein 3 times.... I named it Jude. Yes, after the Beatles song in case you are wondering ;)
I had started out with the new Sea Ewe yarn that contains 70/30 Merino and Seacell.

Keeping the exact same formula I ventured into different yarn lines:

When dyeing a new colorway in a skein made of different fibers you are bound to rediscover its beauty!

Mama Llama Original 3ply,
Jude, Dip's 1&2
(dip 1 is always darker and more vibrant)
Honestly this picture doesn't do Dip 1 justice. It is truly a work of art. And this photo captured Dip 2 as is.

Ready yourselves for lots of Fiber Photos as I prepare for Sock Summit!


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