OK, it's off to dye I went. Yesterday. I had a yen to dye up some pretty colorways.
Top row, the first two and the second from the right are all Heather Yarn, a lovely yarn that dyes 2 values at the same time. How? A couple of the plies are in non-superwash wool, and the other ply is superwash. Superwash takes up dye immediately, the regular wool take a lot longer to take the color, so you get a barber-pole effect. However, it knits up as a marled yarn. Very interesting and complex. Fingering weight, no nylon, and perfect for scarves and such. You can make socks, but you'll have to hand wash them in cold water.
420 yards of fingering weight yarn that's lofty and lovely to knit or crochet with.
Here they are: Orangeade, Jenny, and Candy.
This next batch are Rachel yarns. 100% SW (superwash) merino with a neat little twist that really shows off your stitches. 400 yards of delicious woolliness.
Clown, Grete, Lemon, Parrot, Tropical Fish., Vermillion, and Wood Grain