Hand Dyed Rug Hooking Wool w/Lanolin~BUTTERCREAM~Shorn Sheep~Fat Quarter~FREE US SHIP
This is for BUTTERCREAM. This is a CREAM WHITE THAT HAS BEEN HAND DYED AND HAS SLIGHT MOTTLES - this color is very light and would make a great light background. The last two photos are with flash and the first 3 are without flash. This is a very light cream color. Nicely mottled. Lightly felted. Lanolin soak. New Dorr wool. These colors are nice and bright. Very cheery and vivid. DYED OVER WHITE WOOL.
I CAN LIST MORE OF THIS COLOR IF YOU NEED. I TRY TO ALWAYS KEEP AT LEAST ONE YARD OF EVERY COLOR DYED AND READY TO SHIP. JUST LET ME KNOW.
This can be stripped #3 and up. This is high quality, first rate DORR wool. No fraying and no falling apart with this wool.
WILL STRIP IN ANY SIZE FOR FREE AT YOUR REQUEST. IF IT TAKES ME MORE THAN ONE DAY TO STRIP YOUR WOOL AFTER YOU PAY - YOU GET FREE EXTRA WOOL!! :)
100% WOVEN WOOL - HAND DYED, SLIGHTLY FELTED AND SOAKED IN LANOLIN
FAT QUARTER YARD
THESE PIECES VARIED FROM 12"-18" long and 25"-33" wide AFTER DYEING. THEY ALL SHRUNK SOMEWHAT DIFFERENTLY. They were all cut to 1/4 yard pieces before dyeing.
Many more colors in my store.
I can dye any color in a lighter or darker value for you on request. Gradation dye jobs are also available in any color on request. The gradation dye jobs cost a little more as there is lots more work involved. I can also create custom colors in the dye pot for you. I dye a lot of colors as is straight from the dye packet. Some colors are my own recipe. I usually only dye medium values for my regular stocked items. I carry at least one yard of every color in stock at all times. I use Pro Chem and Cushings dyes. Almost all colors are Pro Chem. I have 57 of the 93 Pro Chem colors but add new colors with every dye reorder. Eventually I will have all 93 colors of Pro Chem and then will buy all of Cushings colors also.
All wool is medium weight and perfect for rug hooking, penny rugs, appliqué, quilting, sewing and more.
All wool has been soaked in lanolin as the final soak. This makes them soft and conditions the wool to make them hook better and feel better in your hands. I almost always use Pendleton or Dorr 100% wool unless specified.