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Sarah Stine/Ruby’s Daughter
Plum Beautiful, hand dyed single of merino/tussah silk, plied with a commercial dyed plum merino single.
  Julie/Hey Julie   Mallory J/Ply in the Sky
Foreverglades - Alligator and pond leaf charms
  Cyndy/River Rim
Hand dyed and handspun merino, plied with silk spun from a hankie, and strung with beads.
  Cindy Cole/Studio Loo
Optic Fantastic
  Jen L./MonkeyKnits
100% Rambouillet wool
Hand-dyed roving, Navajo plied
 

Leslie Shelor/Greenberry House

 

  Elodie Dommanget/Filofee
My favorite yarn spun with soft bamboo fiber and ceramic strawberries!

  Jessie Driscoll  

Julie O'Neil/Flawful Fibers & Yarns

  Hannah Pittman   Shoo Shoo Fontaine/Southern Charm Alpacas
This was a 100 percent silk blouse from the thrift store that I cut up and spun.
  Natasha Fialkov/luxe
Mercy has a ton of different fibers crazy carded together and then scraps of felt strung onto nylon thread and plied in for texture.

  Flore Kedemos/Tricotin
Nid (nest in French) is a single hand dyed Australian Merino hand carded with hand cut lurex.
  Stacey Budge/UrbanGypZ Handspun
Flutterby
Hand painted merino wool plied with sparkly varigated nylon weaver's yarn and cotton crochet yarn strung with fabric iridescent butterfly wings.
  Amanda Jones/VenusArt
This is Hysterical Yarns Doris Day Handspun Yarn
  Erin Suliak
Iskra
  Elle/VinageK
She Travels.... Black merino with glitz spun in. Vintage glam is added to this skein with lots of ribbons and traveling cut outs.
  Joanne Seiff
"Kool-Aid's Best Use."
It's a commentary on the dyes in our food!
This is a worsted to bulky weight, Navajo plied bombyx silk, hand-dyed with several colors of Kool-Aid.
  Carrie Wood/Handmade
Chocolate Surprise
Scrappy singles spun from Merino scraps with bits of felt and yarn, and a burgundy silk thread carried along.
       

 

Spinners were asked to submit their handspun images of any kind of for the first Yarn Museum show. Submissions no longer being accepted, but please submit to other shows! Info...

Here you'll see the entries for the Anything Goes Show. Enjoy!
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