Teeswater top is beautiful. Haven’t started spinning yet. I need a project in mind, need ideas. Do you have an artist page where your customers can display their treasures?
This wool was lovely to spin. It has long staple and a lovely sheen. I spun it between a sport weight and worsted. The drape on it is amazing and it looks and feels silky. I will be dying it and making it into a woven or knitted shawl or scarves. Luxury!
This teeswater fleece was a delight to spin. It drafts easily and I was able to get a nice consistent yarn. The yarn has a little more drape than say, a cheviot or corriedale wool as well as some natural sheen. I think it will work nice for a scarf, shawl, or swing-style top. In its natural form it has a soft ivory color. I plan to dye it (with acid dye) and I'm anticipating that it will really "glow" and show color nicely. I would definitly but this fleece again.
The staple length of this fiber is ridiculously long, which is great. It spins super easily, and I love spinning it woolen. I even dyed some of it and the dyed comes out so rich and vivid on this fiber. It also has a nice shine to it, and after its spun it almost looks like silk. It is quite heavy however after spinning.
Easy spinning, nice off-white color.