For June, I wanted to use Superwash BFL and a high twist SW BFL sock yarn, both of which I know take great deep colors and have a bit of luster to them. I wanted something a little out of my comfort zone, and I love this combination of red, black, steel blue grey, searing green, and beige.
As mentioned, the fiber is Superwash BFL. It has a little longer staple, and a great sheen. It’s perfect for about any clothing use. The mottled look will blend together in spinning. Strip it down narrow to keep the colors more pure and shorter, spin across the full top for longer and more blendy colors, or take it apart entirely and do what you want. Take a look at the article “Challenge Accepted” by Maggie Casey in the Summer 2017 edition of Spin Off…you’ll see a somewhat similar top, and six ways it turned out!!
The yarn is Bengal Tiger Twist….same great construction of fan favorite Tiger Twist, but using superwash BFL wool instead of Merino. It’ll make the yarn sturdier, and the colors just shine! The dyeing method is controlled chaos, so it will likely pool some, but then change up. Each skein had to be dyed individually, so you truly have a one-of-a-kind.
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