Quality Handspun Yarns and Batts at Affordable Prices!

1520 Sales


Quality Handspun Yarns and Batts at Affordable Prices!

1520 Sales On Etsy since 2006

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Anonymous on Jan 31, 2010

5 out of 5 stars

lovely, as always :-)

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Shop policies

Last updated on March 14, 2011
Hi and welcome to Handspun and Dyed Too, my little wooly corner of the universe.

I taught myself to spin in January 2006 and haven't stopped pedaling since:)

I specialize in One of a Kind thick and thin yarns, novelty art yarns, handspun self striping yarns,spinning batts and hand dyed sock yarns.
Each is a one of a kind creation straight from my hands to yours:)

I take special care in each and every hank or batt I make and hope that you enjoy working with them as much as I enjoy creating them:)

Have a Fabulous Fibery Day,

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I accept Paypal and RME
Payment is expected at time of purchase unless prior arrangements have been made.
If payment hasn't been received withing 3 days I will cancel the transaction and will relist the items.
Orders ship out in 1-3 BUSINESS days
~I DO NOT normally ship on Weekends~
I ship out first class to keep costs down, if you want it shipped priority please wait to pay and let me know in the buyer notes and I will send you a revised invoice.
Refunds and Exchanges
Refunds and Exchanges will be considered on a case by case basis.
Additional policies and FAQs
I do accept a few custom orders now and then, the turn around time is usually no more than 2 weeks depending on the time of year....but I am just one yarnie lady and am pedaling just as fast as my little tootsies will allow to keep my shop stocked... if you have something in mind please contact me and we'll see what I can do or I will refer other fiber artists here on Etsy who might be able to help you.

Occasionally there will be a little color loss in the water when washing your hand dyed item. This is NORMAL:), your yarn is not losing it's vibrant color, it's just some residual dye that did not come out in the last rinse. This usually applies to the first wash and only with some of the richer colors ie...teal, turquoise, red etc.