Big lots of yarns!! Honkin' Hanks, Tenners!!
We occasionally acquire yarns in big hanks of yarns, some weighing 4 or MORE pounds. These
yarns will mean you have work to do getting them into useable skeins or balls. These are
seconds for whatever reason, strong steam, slightly felted on the first layers, some pieces due
to separating the first layers of the hanks.
They are still good usable yarns for assorted projects.
Most are Lambs Pride, Waverly, some Lana Loft. Some Nature Spun..
|HONKIN' HANKS......Approx. 4 LB PER HANK for $40.00 per hank...less, depending
on the weight of the hanks, approx. $10.00 per pound of yarn give or take some ounces.
|If your skeiner is not large enough to handle a hank of this size, a round laundry basket upside down works
well. Two chairs back to back also work well, slipping the hank over both chair backs. Lots of yarn to over
dye, use as is, etc. for a great price. Some oversteaming occurred, just tug it loose and knit.
|Special Dyed Honkin' Hanks
Just for fun, I dropped a 4 lb. Hank of the Rosy
Velvet Worsted into one of my big dyepots
We will overdye a hank for you for a $15.00 fee
with the color of your choice....no guarantees
as to just what the color comes out when
overdyeing. The the whole hank in, or just dye
give me your color choices for overdyeing
Great for overdyeing. Lots of these on hand. Lots of Red
approx. 4 + lb.
email me your color choice for overdyeing
|I have found TENNER'S in the boxes.....
Know that colors may be variegated..
Assorted grays, some whites, some colors,
etc. .......Two new (WORSTED) Lamb's Pride
Tenners, and Lana Loft, More Waverly yarns,
and some finer skeins as well.....For as long
as they last...
New Tenner's and lots of them. #1 Brown
Sheep Yarn.....but the dye job scattered. Two
colors for you to design with...
Winter Sky and Evening Snow... 6 cases of
these WORSTED colors....color splashes
10 HANKS OF YARN
$28.50 for the wool
$38.50 for the cotton
Sold in bundles of 10 skeins
Approx. wt. 2.5 lb
|Winter Sky...a beautiful blue
shading from a very pale blue
white, into a very rich blue sky
|Evening Snow....much more
shading from near white to the
soft blue shades of snow in the
evening, more white/gray/blue.
|I am presently winding up a set of the Evening Snow Tenner's and am
delighted with the colors in the ball. When I get it all wound, it will go
back and I will weave a shawl on the 4' Triangle Loom, and post the
photo so you can see how the variation will space out. I am expecting
it to be very beautiful. The Winter Sky yarn is a deeper blue tone, with
much less variation in the yarn. This was a glorious mistake in the
dyeing process at the mill and I bought up 6 cases....so there is a lot
of the yarn available. It is Brown Sheep Co. #1 Yarn, and so far I have
yet to find a knot or a slub in any of the skeins I have wound....have 7
done. I love a bargain, and being able to pass it on to you....
|Have just added some Tenner's in Lt. and Medium Gray. Also some in
mixed bundles of dk browns, grays, med. and light tones.....most are in
short supply, but those we have need to go to make room for new
yarns coming in. It is great yarn, wonderful for knitting, or felting.
Same yarn as the skeins but often end runs, etc. and in the hanks
instead of skeins.
1 Bright Green
1 Blue..slightly varigated.