DebbieDubinskyFibers

Custom dyed spinning fibers, handspun yarn and fiberart

Overland Park, Kansas · 101 Sales

DebbieDubinskyFibers

Custom dyed spinning fibers, handspun yarn and fiberart

Overland Park, Kansas 101 Sales On Etsy since 2012

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Announcement   SPECIAL NOTE: Freshly dyed cotton is now listed!
I have been a dyer for many years. I love bright clean colors and if you want to have fun with your spinning or yarn project you have to try my yarns and fibers. No need for fancy stitches with my yarns. Always a fun surprise to see how the pattern of the yarn changes takes place as a result of the stitches on your needle or hook. Color and texture make the process of creating so much fun!
I do not raise sheep because I only have a quarter of an acre in a suburban town. I would love to raise alpacas and sheep but many of my friends do so many of my fibers come from their flocks! Wools and cottons are from the USA. Silk is a product of China as it is just not available in the US.
Spinning is a breeze with my soft cottons, silks and wools. Give the specially prepared cotton roving a try as it is an easy to spin cotton that I am able to do without a special cotton spinning process. It is even fun to mix two different dye pots of my color ways. There is no wrong color combination! Just pick them and spin them up. I use a very slow process with very low heat on my silk and wool so as not to have them feel like they are felted when you get them. Now, if you want to do the felting yourself.... that is up to you!!
My one of a kind shawls and scarves are fun to wear for those of you who like handmade items but do not have the time to make them! They also make great gifts! My handmade tote bags for knitting or special projects are fun to carry around. They are a newer addition to my fiber arts line!
I am a knitter, spinner, dyer, weaver, beader. I would love to be able to do this all day long but that day job gets in the way sometimes.
My dying is done in my corner studio the basement. Many times my husband will call me and ask what I am doing... "I am dying in the basement."
He is usually put off by that answer, but many times I AM dying in my basement studio in my little corner putting colors together and anxious for when I rinse and let the fibers dry after patiently letting them bathe in the dye which will give them new life with an explosion of colors!
Enjoy my listings and come back often to see what I am up to!

Announcement

SPECIAL NOTE: Freshly dyed cotton is now listed!
I have been a dyer for many years. I love bright clean colors and if you want to have fun with your spinning or yarn project you have to try my yarns and fibers. No need for fancy stitches with my yarns. Always a fun surprise to see how the pattern of the yarn changes takes place as a result of the stitches on your needle or hook. Color and texture make the process of creating so much fun!
I do not raise sheep because I only have a quarter of an acre in a suburban town. I would love to raise alpacas and sheep but many of my friends do so many of my fibers come from their flocks! Wools and cottons are from the USA. Silk is a product of China as it is just not available in the US.
Spinning is a breeze with my soft cottons, silks and wools. Give the specially prepared cotton roving a try as it is an easy to spin cotton that I am able to do without a special cotton spinning process. It is even fun to mix two different dye pots of my color ways. There is no wrong color combination! Just pick them and spin them up. I use a very slow process with very low heat on my silk and wool so as not to have them feel like they are felted when you get them. Now, if you want to do the felting yourself.... that is up to you!!
My one of a kind shawls and scarves are fun to wear for those of you who like handmade items but do not have the time to make them! They also make great gifts! My handmade tote bags for knitting or special projects are fun to carry around. They are a newer addition to my fiber arts line!
I am a knitter, spinner, dyer, weaver, beader. I would love to be able to do this all day long but that day job gets in the way sometimes.
My dying is done in my corner studio the basement. Many times my husband will call me and ask what I am doing... "I am dying in the basement."
He is usually put off by that answer, but many times I AM dying in my basement studio in my little corner putting colors together and anxious for when I rinse and let the fibers dry after patiently letting them bathe in the dye which will give them new life with an explosion of colors!
Enjoy my listings and come back often to see what I am up to!

Debbie Dubinsky

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Shop policies

Last updated on December 10, 2013
I love color and think that if you pick something you like to knit, crochet, felt or spin with I think you need to enjoy the colors you are working with.

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  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
I accept Paypal and Master Card, Visa and Discover through Paypal. Now, I am also accepting Etsy Gift Cards!
Shipping
I will ship USPS unless special request is made. Extra cost for shipping differently, including insurance, or international shipping will be added to the buyers shipping costs. item will ship within three days of payment verification.
Refunds and Exchanges
If you are not satisfied with the purchase, your money will be refunded less the shipping costs.
Additional policies and FAQs
Special care instructions for each item will be included with the purchased item. I always like to handwash and dry flat any fiber items.