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Magnolia handspun came about quite naturally as I always admired handspun yarn. I threw caution to the wind and decided to start spin yarn myself.
I grew up in Scandinavia where I used natural dyes, such as blueberries and birch leaves to color material. Using that knowledge I applied that to dying the roving I spin today.
I am always looking for new color combinations and fibers to be intertwined in my yarn. My yarn can never be reproduced the uniqueness of the colors, fibers and how I spin makes it completely original.

I love to spin...everyday is something new.
It makes me happy.

"I dwell in possibilities"
Emily Dickinson

I can also be found here:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/twisttwine?ref=em
www.twisttwine.com…

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  • Female
  • Born on May 21
  • Joined August 29, 2010

Favorite materials

wool

About

Magnolia handspun came about quite naturally as I always admired handspun yarn. I threw caution to the wind and decided to start spin yarn myself.
I grew up in Scandinavia where I used natural dyes, such as blueberries and birch leaves to color material. Using that knowledge I applied that to dying the roving I spin today.
I am always looking for new color combinations and fibers to be intertwined in my yarn. My yarn can never be reproduced the uniqueness of the colors, fibers and how I spin makes it completely original.

I love to spin...everyday is something new.
It makes me happy.

"I dwell in possibilities"
Emily Dickinson

I can also be found here:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/twisttwine?ref=em
www.twisttwine.com
www.freerangechik.blogspot.com
www.magnoliahandspun.blogspot.com

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