Lisa Cannon is the owner and dyer behind Fibernymph Dye Works in Pennsylvania’s Laurel Mountains. “While self-striping remains my primary focus, our product line is accentuated with a rotation of variegated and speckled colorways, ever-versatile semi-solids, and whimsical sock blanks,” Lisa says. “As a spinner, I also love to dye spinning fiber. I carry a variety of breed-specific fibers, and I do my best to seek out rustic and heritage/conservation breeds that are outside the realm of ‘the usual’ so we can all broaden our spinning horizons!” I’m loving the Inversible self-striping sets of oppositely dyed skeins.https://www.fibernymphdyeworks.com
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