Sold by the 50g, these Batts are carded by hand and prepared so they are fluffy and soft and ready for spinning, no drafting required! Delicate and full of fun add-ins, you’re bound to make some really unique spinning with these
Blended Fibre: Looking for something a little funky, or looking to combine the best qualities of several different types of fibre? You're in the right place! When we say 'Blends' we mean that colours or fibre types have been carded (or blended or mixed) together to create stunning combinations. Some of the blending we do by hand (like rolags and batts), others (like tops) are done at a UK mill.
Mostly: Naturally dyed BFL+Bamboo blend
with: our ‘Vintage Turquoise’ blended top (BFL, Shetland and Bamboo)
and splashes of: Mixed English locks, naturally dyed Southdown tops and our ‘Storm Grey’ blended top (BFL, Shetland and Bamboo)
About this colour way: A delicious base of soft BFL and Bamboo that’s been naturally dyed with indigo and logwood, with pops of deep teal and grey, flashes of naturally dyed lavender and white, this blend reminds me of bedtime stories and lullabies. Watch out for the little puffs of clouds too! Drifting off into a soft and safe world of rest and relaxation. This should be a fun a spin, and you could work across the batt to give yourself an almost stripe-like effect or rip piece off and mix and match them up for a dreamy creamy yarn.
Spinning tip: BFL is seriously my favourite and easiest fibre to spin with. Great for newbies! Suitable for felting also! Bamboo is super strong and super silky, not to mention eco-friendly. I like to spin this at a very low speed (especially to start with) and it’s great to practice getting very thin yarn. It’s quite a cool fibre so would be great for summery projects. It drapes similar to cotton. Bamboo is suitable for felting too, but we’ve heard that it works better for needle felting and not so great for wet felting. Just so you know. :)