We have now begun hand-dyeing some of our wool. It feels a little nerve-racking to dump a braid of our lovely wool into these first few pots of dye not knowing exactly how it is going to turn out. Thankfully we are pleased with the initial results. There is room for improvement, but this wool takes color quite beautifully and we can’t wait to see how it looks once it is spun. It may take us some time to get these new items added to our store, but if you would like to be one of the first recipients of Whirl’d Works Dyed Wool, please contact us for details. The first two colors are a sort of Cherry-Pink and Tangerine. They look great in the photographs but even better in person!
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