This listing is for 3.6 ounces of gorgeous hand dyed yearling mohair locks. These are unseparated, but it's easy to pull out individual locks. The luster on these is stunning, as is the loose ringlet lock structure. The colors in this are mustard/gold, turquoise, sea green, and a couple other colors where those merge together. Purchased locally from a US farm. Gently washed to retain soft, silky texture. Tease up to make a curly tailspun yarn, or use to add texture to your art yarn, for tail spinning, for felting projects, or for any other artistic endeavor that you need pretty fiber for! Locks are around 5 inches long, unstretched.
**This has moderate vm specks. Price reflects this. I removed nearly all larger vm, but offering full disclosure. That said, it is still gorgeous, and I would myself lockspin with this as is. I think a lot of the specks will either fall out when spinning, or float out when setting the twist after spinning.
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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Returns & exchanges
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.
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.