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Wanting to create a colorway using only reds I blended Burgundy, Oxblood Red, Maroon and Wine in varying degrees in a random kettle dyelot. Little or no true red shows here but as the dyes blend together they work to create countless shades. The lightest areas look like a lavender and were created with the Burgundy lightly mixing with the white fiber, though there is not a lot of that in this colorway. Pictured in shade, deep shade and sunlight, the first two pictures taken in bright sun are the most accurate depiction of it's colors. I will list this in 2 ounces also though in the smaller sections there may not be an even representation of all colors and blends. This lot will make a beautiful red hued yarn.

Listing is for four ounces (4 oz).

Note to nuno felters: Superwash fiber does not felt by itself and needs to be used with regular fiber to "tack it down". I love to use the vivid superwash colors in my nuno felting but I always finish it off with a sheer layer of regular fiber to felt it in.

Wine and Roses Superwash Longwool Top for Spinners and Felters

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