FLUFFfibers BFL in the Sticks and Stones colorway. I decided to to a gradient spin for Tour de Fleece. Here is the fiber after I hand-carded it into rolags. The long staple of the BFL meant my colors got much more mixed up than I planned, but I did end up with a nice gradient in the brown and charcoal families. On Ravelry
11. Fabric Samples: Natural Fiber (Cotton, Linen and Wool). Defined as substances produced by plants and animals that can be spun into filament, thread or rope and in a next step be woven, knitted, matted or bound.
Natural fibre clothing is becoming increasingly popular for its numerous benefits. From the comfort it provides to its environmental impact, natural fibres offer a better alternative to synthetic fabrics. In this article, we'll explore the various types of natural fibers, their benefits, and the few disadvantages they may have. Get ready to make an informed decision for your next clothing purchase.
Nature has such amazing colors and so many gorgeous layers and color combinations. Have you ever wondered if you could dye yarn with a particular herb or other plants nearby you? Growing up I loved to read and in several of my book adventures were people that had created dyes out of the everyday nat