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Here in the eastern US, it's spring and the azalea bushes have burst into mulitcolor blossoms. Using a base of palest pink Colonial wool, I applied stripes of deep peach, white, rosy burgundy, buttery yellow and fuchsia, hid a generous handful of pinky-plum angelina in the batt, then layered just a bit of deep green--because every blooming azalea has those pine green leaves peaking out from behind the blooms.

Soft enough for next-to-the-skin wear and sparkly enough for a special occasion. Spin up several batts and make yourself a fabulous spring shawl or wrap!

My fiber comes from a smoke-free home with a cat in residence. While he does not sleep on or near my fiber, his hairs DO manage to drift into the strangest places.

Spinning batts, Azaleas, 1.7 oz, Colonial and Merino wools and lots of sparkle.