Midnightsky Fibers is having a Grab Bag Sale- $10 handspun yarn on Midnightsky Fibers (in the handspun section), or 2 handspun yarns for $15 in our sale section in our etsy store.
Also check out the free patterns for handspun yarns and read about our sustainable/green business practices and natural dye process.
Midnightsky Fibers is having a $10 sale! Handspun, handpainted, and fibers are on sale!
Midnightsky Fibers yarns and fibers are naturally dyed using plant and insect based dyes and non toxic mordants. All of my products are carefully handmade using supplies from other small shops and suppliers.
While you are at Midnightsky Fibers don't forget to sign up for the Happily Handmade Giveaway- a giant indie shop giveaway with lots of gift baskets you have a chance of winning!
Midnightsky Fibersis having a newsletter contest with some great prizes!
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Okay, so I finished the pig I've been working on (the WIP posts are available over the past few days in my knittergoddss ). He looks a little dirty, but that's only because I filled him with catnip, and it made a mess everywhere and didn't brush off as easily as I expected him to. Isn't he cute?! He's from Crafty Alien's "Born In A Barn, Volume 1". Her pictures of hers on Ravelry are much better. Perhaps I'll felt the next one longer...maybe that's what I did wrong. I'm not entirely sure. But mine's still super cute, if I do say so myself.
Pssttt! Site update at Midnightsky Fibers!
New in this update- yarns and fibers from local fleeces! There are fibers from local sheep, handspun local yarns, and dk weight yarns spun by a small mill from Clun Forest sheep from Washington. I also set aside some of these in natural form for people who want undyed yarns. Check out the new “local” section at the top of the shop to see all the local goodies!
Also new this week are plenty of new sock yarns and fibers dyed with Indigo, lots of new handspun, and even a few items of spinning equipment that I am destashing in the sale section.