Twilight Ink is a nod to the Pacific NW. The roving captured my attention at the Annual Whidbey Island Spin In. The fiber is from Whidbey Island alpacas and was processed & dyed at Abundant Earth on the island. I started spinning it at a spin-in in Forks WA of Twilight the movie fame.
The yarn as shown on the right of the photo (sister yarn on the left is also listed) was a wonder to spin. It was very well carded and cleaned. The Navajo ply technique has helped make a fairly even yarn without losing the handspun look.
191 yards of this heavy aran weight yarn will make an exquisite cowl or shawl. Knit, weave or crochet it with its "sparkly sister" or traditional yarns to create a one-of-a-kind garment.
From a smoke free, pet friendly home.
|Fiber Choices||Alpaca: Huacaya, Cellulose: Bamboo|
|Color Family||Black, Blue-green, Purple|
|Color Attributes||Commercially Dyed|