Please note that skein sizes change with every batch of handspun we receive. Photographs below are intended to show color and not necessarily skein or cake size.
Sandra, of Daylilly B True Angoras in Windsor, just loves her rabbits, and loves hand- spinning their fiber too! She has a variety of breeds and collects their fiber by either shearing or brushing.
When angora is knitted, crocheted, or woven, it creates and incredibly warm fabric as well as a beautiful halo. Because of the loft of this fiber, it can be worked at a range of needle or hook sizes, as well worked alternately with another yarn.
Angora yarn in skeins:
Black German (grey) is spun at what we consider a dk weight. The color is a light grey.
Fawn is a lovely, marly, Satin angora. We consider it a heavy dk/worsted weight yarn.
Purple is 60% merino and 40% angora with 2 oz skeins ranging between 106-110 yards. We consider it a heavy worsted weight.
White is 100% German angora. We consider these skeins worsted weight.
Vineyard is a chunk "art yarn". It can be knit by itself or striped with any solid color yarn. It is made of 50% angora and the other 50% is wool with mohair highlights. This is a chunky wight yarn
The yarn is absolutely a pleasure to work with. I have paired it with Berroco Vintage chunky and made two cowls for my granddaughters. I would highly recommend it.
Stunning Angora Blend
This is my 3rd purchase of Daylilly handspun angora. This is a blend og angora and merino. Brilliant white and lapis blue. Love it!
Beautiful blend of natural colors in 100% Angora. Glorious.