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Dragonfly- Gradient

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  • 60/40 Merino/Bamboo Gradient
  • vBFL Gradient
  • SW Merino Gradient
  • BFL Gradient
$18.00
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 Product Description

Dyed to order, ships within 1-4 weeks.

A lovely mirrored gradient- starts with purple, moves through turquoise, and meets in the middle with a lovely green, then back through turquoise to purple again.

Click HERE for more details on our many different fiber bases, how they each behave when dyed, and to see what is in stock now and how to order an out of stock fiber base.                                         

All fiber bases are commercial combed top preparations, hand dyed by Ginny of FatCatKnits. Colorways are dyed according to recipes and processes developed to produce the most consistently repeatable colorways. That said, this is a HUMAN operation- please expect some degree of variation between batches, and even from braid to braid.

Wondering about your order status? Forgot to add a note? Want to combine orders from this website and other FatCatKnits venues? Email me (Ginny) at FatCatKnits@gmail.com.

Please check label for care instructions.

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 Product Reviews

  1. Dragonfly Gradient

    Posted by Robin Wiest on 29th Mar 2016

    Beautiful!! Even more gorgeous in person.
    Spinning for socks with this fiber and it is an absolute joy to spin.
    Highly recommend.


  2. Excellent product.

    Posted by Susan on 15th Feb 2016

    This fiber was such a pleasure to spin. The colors were deep and fast. Such nice squishy yarn. I would buy this again and again.
    The fiber arrived so fast. Thank you Fat cat knits!


  3. Amazing colors!

    Posted by Magaidhbhan on 28th Dec 2015

    This was a fantastic braid of fiber. The Polwarth was soft and easy to spin (it's such a magical fiber -- it resists overspinning so even beginners can make soft, lofty yarn!), and the depth and richness of the color was really extraordinary. I spun it thin and navajo plied it to keep the gradient effect, and it knitted up *spectacularly*. It was a pleasure to work with, beginning to end.


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