Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Rainbow of Hand Dyed Wool Locks

Hand dyed Border Leicester fleece that I washed and dyed yesterday - still wet.
It took dye so beautifully. Not sure yet what I will do with it - wet felt with it? tail spin? add to an art batt?

Thursday, February 18, 2016

Hand Spun Art Yarn - Natual Brown Lock Spun Merino with Gradient Silk

I spun this skein directly from soft natural colored merino locks and plied it with some gradient dyed silk that I made some time before. Merino locks come from a beautiful chocolate colored merino fleece that I purchased a few months ago. I gently washed it, and took only the softest, cleanest locks to spin without carding them first.


Love these soft sun bleached tips that pop here and there in this yarn! 

Silk that I used for plying change from golden beige color to turquoise, then to brown with nice and long sections of each. This yarn works great for plying, shiny, strong, and soft!

This will knit up to something colorful and textural - love!

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Felted Wraps

I made these over sized scarfs using silk fabric and extra fine merino wool fiber (18,5 micron). 
Light, soft, and easy to wear. 

Friday, January 8, 2016


I've been into sock knitting lately... 

75% superwash wool
25% nylon

Blue Red Brown Stripy Hand Knitted Wool Socks
Yellow Turquoise Magenta Stripy Hand Knitted Wool Socks

Orange Green Brown Stripy Hand Knitted Wool Socks

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Custom orders

I love to hear feedback from my customers!
What I like even more is to hear new ideas from them. I'm always open to any suggestions and do my best to accommodate my lovely customer's needs.
I want to introduce three new pieces, all of them are results of this wonderful collaboration with my customers - aka "custom orders"!

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Blue Moon - Artisan Sterling Silver, Labradorite and Iolite Necklace

This necklace was originally created for Etsy Wire Artisan Guild monthly challenge and was recently rejuvenated with help of a very talanted photographer Irina of IrinaPhotography .

I created this necklace from oxidized sterling silver wire, labradorite briolettes and tiny blue iolite roundelles (these are also sometimes called water sapphires).

Check out Irina's beautiful photographs:

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