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Burlwood Superwash Longwool Top

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Having always been a huge fan of burlwood art and furnishings, that is exactly what came to mind while watching this colorway dry. Base colors include Chestnut, Truffle Brown and some very light drizzlings of Aztec Gold and Gunmetal. I also include a "drop" here and there of unexpected color to blend with the base and enhance shading. This colorway has less red and maroon than Rosewood and does not contain the green, other than a very small smattering here and there. Also similar to Tiger's Eye but without as much gold, it is still rich and earthy and ultra beautiful! I love the earth tones and this batch couldn't have turned out better. Because I mix colors in the pot (as in blue with the brown to gray it out or blue with the red to create more of a burgundy) there may be small sections where you will actually see a bit of blue, red, etc... but it would only be random. It is pictured outside in natural light and last, under Flash. The flash makes it look redder than it is. I have seen Victorian furnishings made from inlaid walnut and burlwood that carry the same striking blend of colors. This is a wonderful fall color blend and one of my favorites already! I will sell smaller amounts but all colors and shades may not be adequately represented in the shorter sections.

Listing is for four ounces (4 oz).

Note to nuno (or wet) felters: Superwash fiber does not felt by itself. I love using superwash in my nuno projects and I layer regular fiber first as my base, then my superwash. To finish I lay out a very thin (sheer enough not to obscure the vivid superwash colors) layer of my regular fiber to "tack it down" and it then works beautifully.

Burlwood Superwash Longwool Top