Millspun Yarn

"Silver Mist" Fund-raiser millspun natural color

The sale of this yarn includes a $5 donation to help send this small farmer to South Africa to learn more about angora goats and mohair fiber arts. This delightful light heather silvery gray yarn spun by Still River Mill is a combination of 3 exquisite fleeces of very high quality.  Long staple length fibers give this yarn a nice drape but with lush softness. Would be exceptional for tunics, scarves or shawls.

35% extra fine silver mohair "Munster"

25% prime white alpaca from Snowshoe Farm, Peacham, VT

40% fine cormo X BFL wool from Liz Willis's fine wool sheep, Florence VT

DK weight 2 ply      225 yards     3 oz

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"Portabella" millspun natural color

This pleasantly heathered light brown yarn spun by Still River Mill is an all-time favorite blend of our 1st cut kid mohair with local fine cormo wool and alpaca.

20% super kid mohair "Rocky" and "Lina"

40% cormo wool from Will-ewe Farm

40% prime young alpaca from Rocky Meadow Alpacas

Sport weight 2 ply  160 yards  2 oz

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"Raven" millspun

A small batch of nicely soft yarn (spun by Still River Mill).

This yarn has suburb elasticity and will produce a light kid mohair halo with use.  

15% - super kid mohair "Willie"

25% - fine alpaca from Great Rock Alpacas, Barre MA

60% - merino/cvm fine wool from Crooked Fence Farm, Putney VT

Natural black color

Sport weight 2ply, 200yds, 2.25oz

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New York Sheep and Wool Festival  

Shared booth with Northern Vermont Llama Company

Oct 19 & 20 2019

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