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I use various fibers for my home spun - everything from alpaca to silk to musk ox to wool.  Sometimes I spin the fiber in its natural color and sometimes I first hand-dye the fiber before spinnin. When choosing handsspun, as with any yarn, it is wise to note the fiber content, weight, color ways and yardage.  
I use various fiber dyeing techniques, including kettle-dyeing, hand painting, stripping, stacking and fading/strengthening colors.  Remember to wash hand-dyed yarn separate the first time. When using more than one skein in a project, avoid a color line by staggering the yarns for a few rows.   
Hand Spun/Hand Dyed Yarn
156 Yards hand spun, hand dyed, worsted weight yarn
Hand spun, hand dyed yarn 340 yards, worsted weight
Hand dyed, chunky alpaca/wool hat kits.
Wolf Moon Yarn
Tales From the Coop
            HANDSPUN YARNS
Hand Dyed, Hand Spun, Yarn
495 yards of 50/50 silk/merino DK weight. Handwash, lay flat to dry.

Cost: $45. + $5. mailing for entire order
Hand Spun, Hand Dyed Yarn
156 Yards of hand spun, hand dyed, worsted weight. 50% merino, 25% silk, 25% mohair. Cost = $30.
Hand Dyed, Hand Spun Yarn
340 yards of hand dyed, hand spun, worsted weight yarn, 60% superwash merino, 20% silk, 20% alpaca.  This yarn is spun for color blocks and comes with shawl pattern. Cost = $45.00
             HAND-DYED YARN
Hand Dyed Chunky Hat Kits 
Super bulky, 50/50, alpaca/highland wool, 54 yards, hand wash. This yarn has been hand spun in Peru. I dyed it in earthy tones for self striping. My hat pattern is included.

$40.00 + $5.00 mailing which includes all items purchased. 

Wolf Moon

533 yards (100 g) 50/50, silk/camel, fingering weight, hand wash, hand dyed. 4 skeins = sky, 2 skeins = moon. (Pattern shown is Ixchel from Pom Pom and available on Ravelry.

 Cost:  $26/skein  $150 for all of them & $5. mailing. 
Tales From the Coop - Breakfast Reading
Tales From the Coop - Breakfast Reading is a collection of essays that revolve around Lindenfelser’s experience raising chickens and selling eggs in Alaska. The essays take the form of weekly letters to her egg customers. The letters cover a year and are closely tied to the land and seasons – both the here and now in Chugiak, and the MInnesota farm on which she was raised.s