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  • 3-ply yarn spun from blue faced leicester top. Fiber from small Massachusetts supplier. Handspun, plied, then dyed navy blue, amethyst, tan, sand & herb green. Made in my home studio in Nova Scotia and ships to Canadian and US destinations.7.3oz (206 grams); approx. 364 yards; 3-ply; 10 WPI (worsted)

  • 100% Icelandic Sheep Wool was hand prepared by myself: picked, washed & carded and then spun. Dyed a ochre, brilliant lime green, emerald, turquoise & silver grey. Reminded me of the sky, sea, sand & lush vegetation of the Caribbean. More color blocking than self-striping. 5.8oz (164g); approx 238 yards; 2-ply; approx 9 WPI (worsted);...

  • This 2-ply yarn is handspun from 100% tussah silk roving. It's a mixture of muted purples, blues and a jewel-tone turquoise - reminding me of watercolor. Hand-dyed by Upstate New York producer who is now retired. 2.1oz: aprox. 126 yards 13wpi: approx. DK3 (light) Handspun on my Lendrum in Canada

  • 100% Icelandic Sheep Wool was hand prepared by myself: picked, washed & carded and then spun into this 2-ply yarn. It was then dyed an intense salmon, ochre, periwinkle and emerald resembling a rainbow pattern. More color blocking than self-striping. Fleece obtained by a small Upstate NY producer - raw. 6oz (170g); approx 238 yards; 2-ply; approx 9...

  • 3-ply yarn spun from blue faced leicester top. Fiber from small Massachusetts supplier. Handspun, plied, then dyed straw, peachy oranges, blue inspired by the ocean, and herb green. Made in my home studio in Nova Scotia and ships to Canadian and US destinations.4.8oz (136 grams); approx. 278 yards; 3-ply; 11 WPI (worsted)

  • FREE SHIPPING on yarn orders of $45+ with code YARNSHIP45This 2-ply yarn is made up of dyed wool roving with bits of silk from a New Hampshire supplier. I call it my "confetti" yarn due to the interesting bits carded throughout the wool. 3.2oz (90g); approx. 156yards; approx. 8wpi

  • 3-strand sterling silver bracelet with 6mm & 8mm black onyx gemstone beads bali sterling silver clasp & accents  Cleaning out my studio, priced to sell (final sale)  Free standard shipping via Canada Post  Questions? Email me: leilani@heavenlyflower.com 

  • Merino wool from a small Maine producer was processed from raw (picked, washed, dyed, carded, combed) to make this 2-ply yarn. Merino being as thick and dense as it is is not the easiest fleece to process from raw. Nevertheless I'd like to find this self-striping skein a new home. The colors reminded me of gelato hence the name. 2-ply; 4oz (113g); approx....

  • This 2-ply yarn is made up of dyed wool roving with bits of silk from a New Hampshire supplier. I call it my "confetti" yarn due to the interesting bits carded throughout the wool. 4oz; approx. 124yards; approx. 8wpi

  • This 2-ply yarn is made up of dyed wool roving with bits of silk from a New Hampshire supplier. I call it my "confetti" yarn due to the interesting bits carded throughout the wool. 4oz; approx. 164yards; approx. 8wpi

  • This yarn was inspired by a walk down an autumn lane on a crisp, sunny afternoon. Handspun from merino top from a US producer. Once finished as a 2-ply yarn it was hand dyed several colors including tan, sand, clay, golden tones of yellow, green; burnt orange. 2-ply; 2.3oz (65 grams); approx. 272 yards; approx. 12wpi (DK weight); super soft

  • Rainbow connection series handspun yarn: this skein is composed of both horned dorset & cheviot sheep fleece from small New England producers. Processed from raw fleece: washed, dyed, carded & combed. The colors are a mix of purple, turquoise & orange2ply; 7.4oz; approx. 302 yards; approx. 6 wpi (super bulky) Handspun on my Lendrum & plied...

  • Series of merino yarns spun as chunky/slub single from hand-dyed roving by a Vermont producer. Plied with metallic thread to give it a spiral effect. Last picture is of a hat knitted from yarn made from the same stock of roving. This is an older yarn from my stash that served as practice for both single & spiral plied yarns. Priced accordingly. 1.6oz;...

  • Rainbow connection series handspun yarn: this skein is composed of horned dorset sheep fleece from small New England producer. Processed from raw fleece: washed, dyed, carded & combed. The colors are a mix of vibrant fuschia, green, yellow, orange, blue, coral & purple.2ply; 5oz; approx. 174 yards; approx. 6 wpi (super bulky) Handspun on my...

  • Large rosary handmade - contains 8mm hematite beads & 6mm faceted quartz crystal beads. Traditional 5 decade style. Crucifix is 1.5in (3.8cm) tall. 22.5in (57.2cm) in length. Free standard shipping via Canada Post    

  • Series of merino yarns spun as chunky/slub single from hand-dyed roving by a Vermont producer. Plied with metallic thread to give it a spiral effect. Last picture is of a hat knitted from yarn made from the same stock of roving. This is an older yarn from my stash that served as practice for both single and spiral plied yarns. Priced accordingly. 1.5oz;...

  • 2-ply handspun finnish landrace. This is a very soft yarn. Hand processed from raw: picked, washed, dyed, carded, combed & spun. Fleece from small New England producer. 2ply; 5.1oz; approx.  200 yards; approx. 7 wpi Handspun on my Lendrum & plied on my SpinOlution wheel.

  • This 2-ply yarn is a mixture of several sheep breeds of wool: cheviot, horned dorset, & finnish landrace (hence the name, mixed bag). One ply is made up of multiple colors (also a mixed bag - of colors), the other ply is fuschia making a fun and esthetically pleasing color combination.2ply; 4.4oz; approx.  180 yards; approx. 7 wpi Handspun on my...

  • Artisan bracelet handmade in Canada 5x5mm square earthy red tone glass beads with gold accent Approx. 8in (20.3cm); magnetic clasp Cleaning out studio, priced to sell (Final sale) Questions? email me leilani@heavenlyflower.com 

  • I spun this 2-ply yarn after carding a batt that is is made up of natural angora fiber in cream color & fleece I dyed: pale pink/bubble gum pink sheep wool & alpaca fibers from hobby farmers in Nova Scotia; light pink angora (from a small new Hampshire producer); angelina fibers.4.2oz; approx. 272yards; approx. 9wpi (worsted).

  • This yarn resembles what us spinners call tailspinning, but it is actually my 2-ply icelandic yarn with leicester longwool locks added in. I then dyed the entire skein a fun flamingo pink. All fleece from raw: washed, carded, spun & dyed. From small New England producers. This is a small skein that would be a great addition to a fiber project. 2ply;...

  • Cheviot wool hand processed from raw is dyed a mix of cherry & flame red then drum carded together with fawn colored alpaca & angelina fibers for subtle shimmer. Spun bulky on my SpinOlution wheel, then plied with a sequined gold thread to give it this awesome spiral.2ply; 3.1oz (87g); approx. 64 yards; approx. 6 wpi (super bulky)

  • This skein is comprised of leftover roving from the rainbow connection series. Both horned dorset & cheviot sheep fleece from small New England producers. Processed from raw: washed, dyed, carded & combed. 2ply; 4.6oz; approx. 160 yards; approx. 7 wpi (bulky) Handspun on my Lendrum & plied on my SpinOlution wheel.

  • This skein is comprised of leftover roving from the rainbow connection series. Both horned dorset & cheviot sheep fleece from small New England producers. Processed from raw: washed, dyed, carded & combed. 2ply; 2.8oz; approx. 88 yards; approx. 7 wpi (bulky) Handspun on my Lendrum & plied on my SpinOlution wheel.

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