Hand spun art yarn ‘watermelon’ spun out of fine merino wool and silk. Finished with glass bead ‘seeds’.
When I was going through my fibre collection for inspiration, I found a roving in my stash called Watermelon. I loved te idea of spinning a watermelon, so I carefully separated the red and green fibre and went looking for suitable seeds. The small black glass beads fit that purpose perfectly. love it when a plan comes together!
This art yarn will be perfect to use for an Item you want to wear. Such as a scarf or a necklace. It wil be also great to add it into a weaving project or to use it as an accent yarn in larger knitting projects.
Of course, the yarn is produced in a smoke free environment.
As a graphic designer I learned to play with colours and textures. I love to tranlate that knowledge to my fibre art. I love to 'paint' with fibre. I hope to inspire people to bring some colour in their projects.
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Did you know....
- I am a trained graphic designer and a registered community mental health nurse. I combine my knowledge and experience to make beautifull, happy items.
- Every item I sell is hand made by myself. Thats why I can guarantee every item is unique and made with love and attention to details.
Frequently Asked Questions
I love your art yarns, but what can I do with it?
Art yarn can be used in lots of different ways. You can use it to create a stunning detail in a larger knitting/crochet/weaving/fiber art project. Or you can use it for smaller projects like a necklace or scarf. I recommend to search for art yarn projects on Ravelry and Pinterest for inspiration. But be careful, once you’ve tried hand spun yarn, you’ll be hooked! :-)