Warp Stick Ties, Ashford Rigid Heddle &  Knitters Loom
Warp Stick Ties, Ashford Rigid Heddle & Knitters Loom
Canadian orders only. Two sets of 6 warp stick ties, a total of 12 ties. For any size of Ashford Rigid Heddle or Knitters Loom. Connect the front and back warp sticks to the rollers with the warp stick ties. PRODUCT of NEW ZEALAND
$11.00
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Warp Sticks for Ashford Jack Loom – 10-pack – Pre-order only
Warp Sticks for Ashford Jack Loom – 10-pack – Pre-order only
PRE-ORDER ONLY. Please allow 7 to 10 days before we ship. Inventory quantity exists so that our cart will accept orders and does not reflect our on-hand supply. Canadian orders only. Wooden warping sticks for your Jack Loom. 39 inches (99cm) long and sold as a set of 10. PRODUCT of NEW ZEALAND
$68.50
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Warp Thread Weights, Ashford
Warp Thread Weights, Ashford
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Sold as a set of two. Use these handy warp thread weights to hold floating selvedges, supplementary or broken warp threads under tension while you weave. Designed to hold long lengths of warp thread around the central spool. Includes hooks on both ends and multiple steel weights to vary the tension on your yarn. Lacquered Silver Beech hardwood.

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Warping Pegs, Ashford Rigid Heddle Looms
Warping Pegs, Ashford Rigid Heddle Looms
A set of 14 pegs to transform your Ashford Rigid Heddle Loom into a warping frame. Works with all sizes of looms. Natural finish. Ashford Rigid Heddle Looms made after September 2018, have holes drilled in the bottom to accommodate these pegs. Simply turn over your loom and insert these pegs to have an instant warping frame. The approximate maximum warp lengths for each size loom are: Rigid Heddle 40cm (16") - 4.7m (15.5') Rigid Heddle 60cm (24") - 6.7m (22') Rigid Heddle 80cm (32") - 8.7m (28.5') Rigid Heddle 120cm (48") - 12.7m (41.5') PRODUCT of NEW ZEALAND
$20.00
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Wash-It Merino Worsted Natural – 1-Lb Value Pack
Wash-It Merino Worsted Natural – 1-Lb Value Pack
100% Superwash Merino wool. Worsted weight, 4-ply. Approximately 115g (4.06 oz), 183m (200yd). Gauge: 3.75-4.5mm needles. 4.5 to 5 stitches = 1 inch, or as pattern requires. Laundering: Machine or handwash cool, tumble dry low or dry flat. A good choice for easy-launder mittens, scarves, sweaters and especially garments for children. This yarn takes dye beautifully, whether you are using acid dyes, food colouring, Kool-aid or even natural dyes. Just bear in mind that Superwash yarn strikes with acid dyes so quickly that it can be very tricky to get a decent solid tone. Use that to your advantage like we do, to get interesting semi-solids or go crazy with hand painting. We highly recommend this yarn to first-time dyers! PRODUCT of CANADA
$53.55
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Wash-It Merino Worsted Natural – skein
Wash-It Merino Worsted Natural – skein
100% Superwash Merino wool. Worsted weight, 4-ply. Approximately 115g (4.06 oz), 183m (200yd). Gauge: 3.75-4.5mm needles. 4.5 to 5 stitches = 1 inch, or as pattern requires. Laundering: Machine or handwash cool, tumble dry low or dry flat. A good choice for easy-launder mittens, scarves, sweaters and especially garments for children. This yarn takes dye beautifully, whether you are using acid dyes, food colouring, Kool-aid or even natural dyes. Just bear in mind that Superwash yarn strikes with acid dyes so quickly that it can be very tricky to get a decent solid tone. Use that to your advantage like we do, to get interesting semi-solids or go crazy with hand painting. We highly recommend this yarn to first-time dyers! PRODUCT of CANADA Price per skein. Approximately 115g.
$15.75
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Weld, Dried Chopped
Weld, Dried Chopped
Dried and chopped tops from Reseda luteola. Use on protein or cellulose fibres. An ancient source of excellent bright yellows. Pre-mordanting recommended. Alum/c.o.t. mordant gives good results. Use at 30-50% WOF for medium shades. TO USE: soak in water overnight, then simmer mixture at 160-175°F for 1 hour. Cool and strain. Add more water if needed and enter pre-mordanted fibre. Hold at a 160-175°F for one hour. The brightest yellows develop at these cool temperatures. Light & washfastness: very good.
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Welsh – Dark Brown (Top)
Welsh – Dark Brown (Top)
Classification: DOWN-TYPE WOOL Combed top with a very minor amount of veg. The colour is deep brown-black, liberally sprinkled with ash-grey hairs. This is Welsh Mountain, a lofty fibre that makes terrific tweed fabrics, blankets and rugged outerwear. Micron count is in the range of 32 to 40, with a staple length from 2 to 6 inches. We can't locate any information in regards to felting properties. PRODUCT of UNITED KINGDOM
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Welsh – White (Top)
Welsh – White (Top)
Classification: DOWN-TYPE WOOL Combed top with a very minor amount of veg. The colour is ivory-white, liberally sprinkled with pure-white hairs and the odd light-brown as well. This is Welsh Mountain, a lofty fibre that makes terrific tweed fabrics, blankets and rugged outerwear. Micron count is in the range of 32 to 40, with a staple length from 2 to 6 inches. We can't locate any information in regards to felting properties. PRODUCT of UNITED KINGDOM
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Wild Color: Revised edition
Wild Color: Revised edition
Wild Color: The Complete Guide to Making and Using Natural Dyes, Revised Edition

British natural dye guru Jenny Dean always packs her books with practical information and loads of stunning photos. Her mordant recipes are modern and her choice of plants and ingredients are easy-to-find and give excellent results on everything from wool to silk and cotton, including both fibre and fabrics. Truly an essential book for the natural dyer.

Author: Jenny Dean. Published by Potter Craft. Softcover, 144 pages. Colour photographs.

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Wool 60/Flax 40 (Top)
Wool 60/Flax 40 (Top)
60% Wool / 40% Flax Very clean combed top in an interesting heathered blend of ash-grey, soft tan and cream. Staple length is around 5 to 6 inches. This blend is softer than you might imagine, with what is obviously a Finewool of some type and a good grade of flax. It seems well-prepared and should be easy to spin. We wonder if it might just work for lace weight yarn. Feels plenty soft enough for midrange to outerwear garments. This could be dyed with acid dyes for a streaky effect. Might it work for felting??
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Wool Nepps – Paint Box
Wool Nepps – Paint Box

These are fun little "bits" of wool, used by felters as an embellishment and used by spinners for blending to create tweedy yarns.

Nepps are tiny little round balls of wool, about 2 to 3mm (1/8 inch) or so in diameter. 

Assorted colours.

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Wool Nepps – White
Wool Nepps – White
These are fun little "bits" of wool, used by felters as an embellishment and used by spinners for blending to create tweedy yarns. Nepps are tiny little round balls of wool, about 2 to 3mm (1/8 inch) or so in diameter. Natural undyed white. PRODUCT of ITALY
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Wool Slubs – Paint Box
Wool Slubs – Paint Box
These are fun little "bits" of wool, used by felters as an embellishment and used by spinners for blending to create tweedy yarns. Slubs are kind of like the cheese curds of wool, mainly sort of skinny sausage or torpedo-shaped pieces around 1 to 2cm (1/2 to 1 inch) in length. Assorted colours. PRODUCT of ITALY
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Worsted-One Merino Natural – 1-Lb Value Pack
Worsted-One Merino Natural – 1-Lb Value Pack
100% Superwash Merino. Worsted weight, 1-ply. Approximately 115g (4.06 oz), 205m (225yd). Gauge: 3.75-5mm needles. 4.5 to 5 stitches = 1 inch, or as pattern requires. Laundering: Machine or handwash cool, tumble dry low or dry flat. A good choice for easy-launder mittens, scarves, sweaters and especially garments for children. This is an extremely soft, gently-spun single-ply yarn that almost resembles a Lopi-style yarn but without the scratchiness. It's slightly thick-and-thin. Because of the gentle spinning we've found the skeins sometimes have a knot or two where they have been repaired during spinning at the mill. This yarn takes dye beautifully, whether you are using acid dyes, food colouring, Kool-aid or even natural dyes. Just bear in mind that Superwash yarn strikes with acid dyes so quickly that it can be very tricky to get a decent solid tone. Use that to your advantage like we do, to get interesting semi-solids or go crazy with hand painting. We highly recommend this yarn to first-time dyers!. If you reskein your yarns, do so slowly with this yarn or snagging on the swift will cause breaks. PRODUCT of CANADA
$53.55
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Worsted-One Merino Natural – skein
Worsted-One Merino Natural – skein
100% Superwash Merino. Worsted weight, 1-ply. Approximately 115g (4.06 oz), 205m (225yd). Gauge: 3.75-5mm needles. 4.5 to 5 stitches = 1 inch, or as pattern requires. Laundering: Machine or handwash cool, tumble dry low or dry flat. A good choice for easy-launder mittens, scarves, sweaters and especially garments for children. This is an extremely soft, gently-spun single-ply yarn that almost resembles a Lopi-style yarn but without the scratchiness. It's slightly thick-and-thin. Because of the gentle spinning we've found the skeins sometimes have a knot or two where they have been repaired during spinning at the mill. This yarn takes dye beautifully, whether you are using acid dyes, food colouring, Kool-aid or even natural dyes. Just bear in mind that Superwash yarn strikes with acid dyes so quickly that it can be very tricky to get a decent solid tone. Use that to your advantage like we do, to get interesting semi-solids or go crazy with hand painting. We highly recommend this yarn to first-time dyers!. If you reskein your yarns, do so slowly with this yarn or snagging on the swift will cause breaks. PRODUCT of CANADA
$15.75
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