U.S. dyers Kate and Rachel began Spincycle Yarns as a handspinnery in 2004, “the two of us kettle dyeing and spinning all of our yarn in small batches and selling at our local farmers’ market. When, in 2012, a little fiber mill opened its doors just south of our Bellingham, Washington, studio and dye house, we partnered with them to begin production of a millspun yarn that would maintain the look of our handspun yarn but which could be produced at a much faster pace. Turns out that was a pretty good idea.” Yarn is available through the website and retailers in the US, UK, EU, Japan and Australasia.https://spincycleyarns.com
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