Fiber Art Batt, superwash nylon, spinning batt, hand dyed, yellow, green, drum carded, smooth batt, machine washable,"Gone bananas" 4 oz

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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
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Made in Pittsford, New York

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This fiber art batt is made of 75% superwash hand dyed in 3 different yellows, 25% hand dyed green nylon, and hand dyed sparkly green nylon for added shimmer and shine. Drum carded smooth for an easy and relaxing spin. 4 oz

This would make an excellent sock!

All fibers were hand dyed by me using professional acid dyes, and are light and wash fast.

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If you are not satisfied with your purchase for ANY reason please contact me within 5 business days of item being delivered so we can attempt to resolve the issue.

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Additional policies

Due to storage space issues I usually only make 1 or 2 batts of each colorway.If your project requires more batts then I have on hand, then I will happily make you a custom order of any colorway you wish, any amount you desire. Just contact me for details. Also see a colorway in my Superwash that you'd like in Angora, or vice versa? Just ask! There is no extra charge for custom orders.

I have done my best to take accurate pictures with accurate colors. Please know though that monitors and their settings vary.

All weights are approximate. I do use a digital scale, however weights can be effected by humidity levels, etc.

The average size batt that I make is approximately 15" wide by 32" inches long unstretched.

Unless otherwise stated the wool I use is a blend of Rambouillet, Corriedale, and Columbian sheep all with a micron count. in the mid 20's. It is very soft, very merino like, but a little more durable in my opinion.

Unless otherwise stated:

The superwash Merino that I use has a micron count of 20.6.

The Merino I use has a micron count of 21.5

The silk I use is mullberry

The bamboo I use is viscose.

Odors: The dyeing process is smelly business. Dyeing can make the fiber smell slightly chemical-ly or like cooked vinegar. I rinse the fiber and air it out the best I can but sometimes the smell can linger until the fiber is spun and washed.


What are the advantages of spinning batts?

Spinning batts are my favorite preparation to spin! There are a few reasons for this:

One is colors. I dye all fibers before batting them up, so I get great saturation of colors. I can get unique color blends that would be a lot harder to get into a roving without any muddiness.

Two is ease of drafting. My batts are never compressed while stored, and because I am drum carding them after dying, you won't ever get a half felted mess to try and spin into something beautiful. You literally can just rip off a hunk and spin right off the batt! No real pre-drafting required.

Three is I can make unique and beautiful fiber blends that are not available anywhere in roving form. I love to come up with my own fiber blends! Sometimes it's fun to think "outside of the box."

How much fiber should you buy to spin a project?

That depends on many factors such as weight of yarn you are planning to spin,size made etc. My best advice would be to take something similar that you already own and then weigh it. You then want to add 10% for spinning waste. That should tell you approximately how much fiber you would need to make another of that item.

Also that number can be adjusted according to your spinning experience. A newer spinner may want more waste just in case where an experienced spinner wouldn't have the need, that is entirely up to you.

For example, I want to make a handspun scarf, bulky weight, So I find a bulky weight scarf that I already own that is approximately the same size as the one I have envisioned, and weigh it. It weighs 3 ounces. I then add another 10% of that weight, back to it. So now I have 3.3 ounces. Now I know I need 3.3 ounces of fiber to spin myself another bulky weight scarf .