Radnor Almost A Zombie
These are misdyed Zombie Apocalypse braids -- There's a little bit of the wrong green in 'em because I wasn't paying attention. They are still really pretty, just slightly off from the repeatable colorway.
100% Welsh Radnor
Radnor is a conservation breed that I had never heard of. It is a relatively rare breed from an isolated rural area. There's not a lot of written history to be found on it even though it has been around for centuries. Radnor is a lot of fun to spin and gives you a yarn with a lot of body. It has a long staple of 4+" and a disorganized crimp. Micron count is high 20s to low 30s. I wouldn't wear this next to skin, but I'm a princess. It would be great for outerwear and non-clothing uses. This is a really fun and easy spin and would work for a beginner.
This is part of the Free Flow series. Free Flows are a little bit wild and chaotic, dyed in small batches and non-repeatable. They are an experimentation in color and process that I really need right now.
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