Announcement December 2018: I have moved my store to its own website, look for me at fabulosityyarn.com.
December 2018: I have moved my store to its own website, look for me at fabulosityyarn.com.
Alyssa on Nov 4, 20185 out of 5 stars
Beautiful and sparkly, a unicorn batt for sure! This will be such a treat to spin. Thank you so much Joy! Hard to see all the sparkle in the picture, but this is such a shiny yarn! I LOVED spinning this batt, though I am now covered in silver. lol
Alyssa on Nov 4, 20185 out of 5 stars
Beautiful batt, I can't wait to spin it up! Such beautiful colors, and so soft! Thank you yet again Joy.
Jamie on Feb 25, 20185 out of 5 stars
Amazing seller! I absolutely love my crochet hook it is a work of art! Highly recommend shop for all the crafty peeps! :-)
Alyssa on Feb 14, 20185 out of 5 stars
Dyed and spun just for me. Talk about making me feel special! I wanted something to go with the other 2 copper penny blue skeins, and together all 3 are so incredible! I was going to make something for the hubby, but now I'm not so sure. I'm in love with the yarn, so it may be turned into something for me. Yes, I'm selfish when it comes to beautiful yarn. =)
It's ok, I'm a Spinja.
I started dyeing wool yarn in the summer of 2005. My first attempt involved a skein of Lion Brand Fisherman’s wool and six packages of Kool-Aid. At the end of that day, high on vinegar and Kool Aid fumes, I had 3 skeins of rainbow colored yarn and everything changed.
I lived in Lewistown, MT for 8 months in 2006 and while I was there I learned how to spin using a drop spindle and two weeks later acquired my first wheel, an Ashford Traditional. I spent many nights sitting up late and learning how to spin based on the lessons I had been given via drop spindle and one session with the lady that sold me my wheel.
In February 2006, encouraged by my best friend Jen, I opened my Etsy store and continued to dye wool yarn using Kool Aid and Wilton’s food coloring and Paas Easter egg dyes. I bought dyed roving from sellers on Etsy and Ebay to spin, afraid to dye my own.
In the summer of 2006 I finally mustered up the courage to try my hand at dyeing roving and purchased a small starter kit of acid dyes. The first time I was successful I never looked back. I moved back to Billings, MT in the Fall of 2006 and for a time I didn’t have my own kitchen so my sister and her roommate let me use their kitchen on the weekends to dye roving so I could keep spinning yarns to list on Etsy.
In January 2007 I had my own place again and I was able to set up a small studio/workspace in the family room downstairs. I started buying roving and acid dyes in larger quantities and began focusing on adding the tools I needed to continue making yarn, which was now evolving into a second source of income in addition to being a hobby I loved. I found an Ashford Coarse Cloth drum carder on Craigslist and started making the yarns that became what I now call my Bedlam line.
In 2008 I saved money from yarn sales for a couple months and purchased a Babe Bulky electric spinning wheel and was able to up my production for larger orders. In 2010 I bought a Lil Dynamo wool picker on Etsy so I could pick and fluff out locks that I bought and dyed or purchased dyed.
In 2011 I acquired an Ashford Country Spinner, pretty much my holy grail of spinning wheels. I use the CS for just about everything but I will remain forever loyal to my Ashford Traditional (her name is Ferdie).
2012 rolled around with some major changes in my life. I moved to Wyoming and eventually settled in Sheridan. Once moved in, I was able to devote an entire bedroom in the house to my studio. I bought a Fancy Kitty blending board and taught myself how to make rolags. Because I travel a lot for my day job, it has come in very handy for making bundles of rolags to pack with my Golding drop spindle when I am on the road.
Finally, in the Spring of 2014, my beloved Ashford Coarse Cloth drumcarder gave up the ghost. I suspect it was a lot older than I had originally anticipated, but it served me well in the years I used it. I still have it in the hopes it can be repaired. In the meantime, I purchased an Ashford Wild Carder to fill the gap in production and have so far been very pleased with it. My ultimate goal in regard to carders is to get a wider carder that is also motorized.
While my equipment came to me slowly, I’m glad that it did as I learned how to do what I wanted to do without it and once I had it I appreciated it that much more. I find myself using it all depending on the project I am taking on but I am still attached to my first wheel, it has served me extremely well and it my primary/go-to wheel for just about everything.
Fabulosity Yarn became an official business in 2011, I feel fortunate to have come this far and look forward to what the future will bring me in the amazing yarn filled journey! Thanks for reading! xoxox, Joy
Joy M. Baule, Spinja
I have been immersed in all things fiber, yarn and spinning since 2005.
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