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Enjoy secure encrypted check out at our website which accepts all major credit cards including Master Card, Visa, Discover, American Express, and other online payment services such as Paypal. Free hat, scarf, fingerless mitt patterns with every purchase of angora yarn.
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Note from Sundara...this is a past Daily Dream color from over two years ago that was so popular I offered it as dyed to order. I was looking for the notes on how I dyed it a few months back and couldn't find it, which left me a bit distraught. Such a pretty color and I'd never be able to dye it again. Then, earlier this week I found a photo on my phone of the note where I'd written down how I...
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Find all of your favorite yarn brands, including Bernat, Caron, and Red Heart, free crochet and knitting patterns, and supplies and education for all of your crafting projects at Yarnspirations. Stitching fills your days, your nights, your closets, your living rooms, and your cupboards. Discover...
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YarnSub is a free and independent tool to help knitters and crocheters find workable substitutes for discontinued or hard to find yarns. It has a large database of yarns from all the major manufacturers and many smaller brands too. A monthly round-up of new and discontinued yarns and the latest...
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Angora Valley Fibers sells restored sock knitting machines, knitting machines, hand made personalized Christmas Stockings,yarns, sock yarns, boiled wool and more natural fiber related items. All photos, artwork, etc on this site are the property of AVF.
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I have listed in several listings natural 100% pure angora rabbit yarn. Softer than cashmere, 7 times warmer than sheep wool. Angora is 11 micron in diameter. Very light, airy , fiber has a hollow shaft so, you need just a small amount of fiber and go a very long way. If you blend just 10% angora and 90% wool, this will give your yarn a lovely touch, halo and a warmth too. 1oz of fiber can give...
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Please enjoy our beautiful yarn as we continue to develop exciting features over the coming months. Our new Sheepicorn logo represents the magic we feel our yarns can bring to your projects. Galler Yarns is a wholesale distributor of fine imported yarns. Please contact us if you would like to become a wholesale customer or if you need assistance finding a Galler Yarn retailer near you.
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Cottage Craft Angora offers a wide selection of beautiful Musk Ox Qiviut Yarn & Clothing available for purchase today. Click here to browse. Cottage Craft Angora offers multiple ways to enjoy this fine quality knitted fiber. We sell bundles of yarn in various fabric blends, all of which include qiviut. We also sell fabric patterns for knitting enthusiasts who want to make their own qiviut hats,...
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Sinfully Soft sells luxury Angora Rabbit wool blend yarns and garments that are manufactured in the USA. Our goal is exquisite yarns and high end garments of the softest and highest quality. Only the highest standards in animal husbandry ensure the result of outstanding yarns.
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Little Knits, based in Seattle, is committed to providing the highest quality yarn and knitting supplies at the best value to our customers. We strive to maximize our customer's experience through our product offerings and service. A very soft extra fine merino with a wonderful ply, Merino Supreme comes in a wide range of colors and its ply makes this yarn ideal for accessories and garments...
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With Spring comes a new yarn to Bungalow Farm Angora! A lovely lace yarn that is 85% German angora and 15% Cormo wool. It is a 100% North American product. This lace yarn is a single ply and shows details of lace extremely well. It is very durable , despite being a single, and knits easily with almost no shedding, pilling, or tangling. The samples below were knit straight from the cone and...
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Catawampus Farm is run by a fiber addict and her patient spouse (who prefers woodworking). We raise Jacob sheep and naturally Colored Angora Goats. The animals produce lovely soft wool and mohair. We shear the goats twice a year, and the sheep each spring. We process the fleece ourselves or at a small local spinning mill. All of our yarns and spinning fibers are made with hand-selected wool...
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Angora is a very soft, silky textured fiber. I comb and pluck the fiber from my bunnies when they naturally shed every three months. The fiber is between 2 1/2 - 3 1/2 inches long and can easily be spun alone with very little to no shedding in the final garment. Angora fiber is hollow making it light weight and have high insulating properties. Since 1987 I have created fluffy warm garments and...
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Our yarn (including rug yarn, weaving yarn, sock yarn and our signature yarns), fiber, book, pattern, and equipment selection is tremendous. We have a passion for knitting, spinning, weaving, crochet and for providing exceptional service. We have a track record of over 45 years. We have staff who answer the telephone with a smile! If you love fiber arts, you've come to the right place.
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Giant Angora Rabbits, Spinning Angora Wool, Knitting Angora Yarn, Hand dye Angora Wool and Yarn, Fuzzy Vaughn. In the early 1980's, several Angora breeders in the U.S. and Canada, began importing Angora rabbits from different areas of Germany. The Angora News (newsletter of the National Angora Rabbit Breeders Club), in 1984 & 1985, ran ads for German Angoras, by Leslie Samson, Erica Lynne,...
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Your portal to one of the most sought after fibers in the world. Our venture with qiviut (pronounced "kiv-ee-ute") yarns and custom yarnwear began in 2001. In 2015, we opened the first and only commercial fiber mill in Alaska. After Vivian Denise Osborne had passed away tragically her eldest son has taken on her legacy. Arctic Qiviut Inc. is 100% Native owned mill. We are the first in the world...
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Handspinning is the art of twisting fiber, fleece, or roving of wool, silk, alpaca, angora, mohair, flax, etc. into a continuous thread by using a spinning wheel or drop spindle. The thread is spun thick or thin, plied or un-plied, and can later be dyed or left natural. Handspun yarn is used for knitting, and weaving projects. You can also use unspun fiber for knitting, weaving and felting....
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Yarns, hand-dyed handspun yarns, hand dyed yarns, hand dyed rovings for spinners, sock yarns, mohair, silk, alpaca yarns and more for knitting and spinning -- shop on-line. Nestled in a compound on a rural road, outside of Placerville, California, the studio is a dream come true for the artisan who worked in a small house and a dark, un-insulated garage for decades. Nature and natural light are...
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The Wool Cabin is a local yarn store located in the Millcreek area of Salt Lake City, Utah. We keep the shop filled with a diverse array of colorful fibers and samples that inspire fresh ideas, and an inviting atmosphere for makers of all skill levels. Our philosophy of “knitting friendly” is always first and foremost. We support LOCAL artists! We are fortunate to have a very talented community...
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Mohair and Wool Fibers and fleece. Yarns, Felting Supplies, Angora Goats Racka Sheep. If you have questions please call (830) 864-5561. If you get voice mail please leave a message. We will. We are located in Harper Texas, USA. Harper is 22 miles West of Historic Fredericksburg Texas. Get back to you ASAP. Or you can email us at orders@fibersandyarn.com. This is our friendly and helpful staff...
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