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I washed and carded equal amounts of rose gray alpaca, Fiesta, and silver gray CVM Sheep (California Variant Mutant) to produce two lovely batts. I did this as a test to see what the fleeces would look like together when spun into yarn because I'm sending several pounds of both up to Stonehedge's Fiber Mill to be made into yarn.

This listing is for one of those batts because I'm spinning the other one. I do need to warn you though that there is a considerable amount of lanolin left in the CVM. This is another little experiment because I have heard of folks spinning "in the grease" and I wanted to see what it was like. Well, this isn't a true test because I washed most of the lanolin out. But.....it's kind of a neat spinning experience because the lanolin makes it very easy to spin.

This is definitely a one of a kind because the fleeces are going to be shipped out immediately. I like the way the yarn looks. I'll picture the yarn as soon as I complete it.