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Handspun Curly Yarn - Pretty Lock Spun - Peachy - Suri Alpaca - 54 Yards

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Handmade
Made in Redmond, Oregon

Item details

This listing is for 1 skein of curly, bulky handspun yarn. Spun from beautiful suri alpaca locks; fluffed up and spun freeform so you still see the pretty wavy ends. Suri has a gorgous dense drape that reminds me of silk. So super soft, too.
The fiber was purchased raw from a US farm, and was washed and hand dyed by me. Tied up with pieces of recycled sari silk ribbon.

Lovingly spun by me in my smoke-free home.

Best knitted on larger needles (15+). 3.9 ounces. 54 yards.


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Preparation takes 1-2 business days
Arrives from the United States
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I ship between 1-3 business days of order placed. I use USPS first class mail for anything up to 16 ounces and USPS Priority for anything over 16 ounces. Please message me if you need something fast and I will be happy to work with you! I always package nicely.


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Please message me with questions or concerns, I want you to enjoy your purchase!
If something you purchased didn't meet your expectations, was damaged in shipping or was otherwise unacceptable, please contact me within 7 days and you can return your item for an exchange or refund. Shipping is non-refundable. Please note that all computer monitors show colors differently, but I try to represent colors as accurately as possible.


Additional policies

Please note that many fibers that I use come from small farms and will occasionally have small pieces of vegetable matter, but I try to describe each item as accurately as possible. All items are made/stored in my non-smoking, pet friendly home. I use a gentle detergent to wash my fiber and dyed fiber may have a slight vinegar smell due to how I set the dye.