This nicely dyed bamboo fiber (and white) can be spun by itself, blended with fine wools or plied into your yarn for nice color effects. And best of all, we have it at a a great price, so get it while you can! Bamboo top is easy to spin and very comfortable to wear even in warmer climates. Nice sheen and seven scrumptious shades to choose from, plus white. From $6.95
Also known as "Black Diamond", carbonized bamboo fiber is resistant to ultra violet rays and possesses anti-odor properties. It also adjusts well to both humidity and dryness. Carbonized bamboo fiber has a different matte finish than the other bamboo types we carry.
Carbonized bamboo fluffier than regular bamboo and your yarn will have more loft to it when spun. The natural gun metal grey color is mesmerizing. Blend it with your favorite grey or black wool for amazing results. Carbonized bamboo absorbs moisture, dries fast and lets you breath freely.
Yummy! Fluffy and so soft this combed Angora top for spinning is one of life's little luxuries. Almost white Angora top can be blended with merino or other fine fibers.
You will need only a little bit to give your garments a nice "halo". Start with 20 % angora top and blend with your fiber or go all out and spin by itself. Very fine and warm!! Treat yourself! Great Britain.
This fine, lustrous, white Cultivated silk top is sure to please. The silk top is a very white, high quality fiber that is a pleasure to spin. The silk is finer than tussah silk below since the silk worms that produce this fiber are fed only Mulberry leaves, thus producing a finer, whiter silk. Great for dying too. The ultimate in spinning fiber. Treat yourself! Great Britain
This carded silk sliver, or silk roving, as it is sometimes called, is easy to spin. Dyed in a yummy cinnamon color, you will love this unusual silk. Because this Tussah Silk is carded, it contains tiny noils that will give your yarn a subtle texture and nice hand.
Spin these silk noils by the hand full, card it with other fine fibers or ply for textured effects. Silk noil is an inexpensive alternative if you would like to explore silk on a budget.
The nubby texture of the spun yarn is fun for summer garments, or unique yarn. You can also card the silk noils and add it to other fine fibers. Experiment! Great Britain
Super soft and fluffy! This is how I would describe this beautiful camel down fiber. Silky hand and natural red-brown color.
Spin by the hand full, or blend with other fine fibers such as merino or silk. You will be surprised how a little of this fiber goes a long way. You have to try this one. Yummy!
Dive into the world of cotton and learn about this ancient fiber. This Learn to spin Cotton Kit includes everything you need to get started: a Brass Tahkli support spindle, a variety of cotton fibers for you to spin, such as pima, ginned cotton and punis.
Complete with easy to follow instructions. Makes a great gift too!
Try something new! Flax, also sometimes called linen, is a plant fiber, and has been used for thousands of years. Fax fibers are very long and require a distaff to spin. This flax top however has shorter fibers and can be spun on your spinning wheel. Water retted. The resulting linen yarn is very absorbent and gets softer with wear. Nice light beige honey color. Belgium
Treat yourself! 50% superfine merino combined with 50% Tencel for shine. The combination of the soft cream colored merino with the shiny, absorbent and moisture controlling Tencel top makes this special. This fiber has a beautiful sheen and drape!! Natural white.
Tencel is a new age fiber that is ecofriendly and economical. Tencel absorbs moisture naturally. Because of the fiber structure Tencel creates an optimal skin climate that is especially evident in warmer climates. It has a nice sheen and drape and takes dye well. Use as a silk substitute, or spin by itself.
Viscose is also called Rayon, and I'm betting that your favorite blouse is made of just that. Very similar to bamboo, viscose is a cellulose plant fiber that has been around for many years. It has a nice sheen and takes dye well. Use as a silk substitute (it used to be called artificial silk)blend with other fine wools for an matt and shiny effect yarn, or spin by itself. Enjoy.
Fake Cashmere top is white and makes a super soft and luscious yarn. Try this inexpensive, "faux cashmere" fiber. The fake cashmere top will add strength to you yarn without compromising softness. Attention sock knitters: add strength to your yarn without adding itch. Matt finish. 100% Nylon. Value Priced!
Similar to the Icicle Top above but dyed in two charming multi color combinations. Stunning novelty fiber will add sparkle and pizzazz to your yarns! All you need is a small amount of this fun Firestar Nylon top to blend with your wool yarn. Or spin by itself for more bling! Easy to spin. Great Britain.
Check out this fun fiber! Add these to your batt during blending or when you spin to add interest and sparkle to your yarn! A little Angelina fiber goes a long way. This fiber is extremley fine Mylar that is not scratchy like a metallic would be. Blue Flash is a white fiber with sparkling blue highlights. Copper Fire is a true copper color. One oz each. Only $6.95