aceiatx at yahoo.com
Mon May 20 18:42:53 PDT 2002
I just got home from work and here is a list of items and prices to give you
an idea -
white Mohair top- $7 an ounce or 8 oz for $40
Grey cotswold/churros blend roving - $5 an oz or 3 1/2 oz for $15
Red Shetland wool dyed red in the lock and fluffed (not in the grease)- $5 for
2 oz or 6oz for $15
1 oz rainbow dyed targee wool roving(vibrant color) - $5
1 oz blue/purple varigated silk top - $7
1 oz white silk top - $7
2 oz worsted-lt bulky handspun wool yarn dyed with indigo resulting in a
'wedgwood' blue - $20
8 oz Merino/Tencel 70/30 blend (blue/white) - $18
Fluffy purple Australian wool of some type with blue slubby bits (would make
great texture for knitting) - 4 1/2 oz for $15
All sorts of assorted 'mystery' wools in several colors (my experiments with
kool-aid dye) - various prices
Small lightweight spindles that work either top or bottom - $5 each
a unknown weight of red llama fiber with lots of VM and a unknown weight of
chocolate brown llama fiber with lots of VM. ( I havent priced this yet or
weighed it, so I probably won't bring any to Steppes - its not period fiber
anyway- but it is soft and has a long staple)
That is just what I have now. I can get more if you guys want specific stuff
and in specific amounts please let me know! I will be happy to provide prices
in advance as best I can!
--- Robin Craig <aceiatx at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Since you sound interested, I will bring my stuff out!
> I have several types in various amounts. Mareno, Churros Blends, Mareno
> - processed roving and unprocessed fibers, dyed and undyed. I even have some
> stuff dyed a beautiful red that is still in the lock, it was just cleaned,
> and 'fluffed'. I also have some silk and drop spindles. I have a big
> I often take to events to try and tempt people! I am open to bartering and
> willing to discuss prices. I am not a 'vendor' but I do try to support my
> and my spinning habit a little bit by helping out my fellow fiber addicts.
> guess that makes me more of a Facilitator..lol
> Also, If anyone has any particular wool or silk needs and doesn't know where
> get it, I may be able to get stuff for you from my supplier. This includes
> yarns (even some naturally dyed handspun yarns). I may also be able to get
> llama, alpaca and sometimes flax. I can also get some supplies like wool
> cards, drop spindles, niddy-noddies, nostepindes, felting needles and
> information on spinning wheels.
> Basically, if you are having trouble finding anything, I will do my best to
> help you out!
> --- Nancy Wederstrandt <nweders at mail.utexas.edu> wrote:
> > sez clare the fiber holic.
> > Robin -- what types of wool are you selling?
> > Clare
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> Robin Craig
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