Fiber Semisolids

Our hand-dyed fiber comes in a variety of colorways and semisolids. Our colorways are inspired by bird plumage, and our semisolids are based on and coordinate with our colorways. Each bundle of fiber is hand-dyed in small batches in my studio. Purchase several bundles at a time and alternate bundles when spinning for more consistent results. 

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Our soft, silky spinning fiber comes in vibrant semi-solid shades that divide and blend creating subtle variation. The silk is visible in both blends, which adds texture and sheen for added complexity. The 50/50 Blend is really easy to spin, and the superwash Merino makes it more durable and washable. It will not felt, therefore don't use it for felting! The 33/33/33 blend is so soft you'll want to bury your face in it. In addition to being incredibly soft, it can be used in felting as it is not superwash. Please note the difference in color between the two blends: The 50/50 blend is brighter, while the same colorway or semisolid in the 33/33/33 blend will be more muted and blended. 


50/50 Blend- 50% of each of the following: Superwash Merino and Mulberry Silk.. MSRP - $30
33/33/33 Blend- 33.333% of each of the following: Superfine Merino, Mulberry Silk and Baby Camel.  100g bundles. MSRP - $32

Finch Brown

Our 'Brown' is a warm color, and reminds me of a pair of well-loved corduroys. It is warm in tone, and is a great complement to the Colorway it is derived from: The 'Black Rosy-Finch'. It is a neutral color, which, like our 'Heron Teal' makes a great complement to many colorways and other bolder semisolids, by taking the back seat and being a base for the other colors to pop from.

Finch Blush

Our Coral is derived from the 'Purple Finch' and 'Black Eyed Junco' colorways. In addition to being a great companion to those colorways, it stands alone as a semi-solid; Not pink, not peach, but somewhere in between. 

Medium Gray

A simple name for a complex semi-solid that borders on charcoal. It is a few shades lighter than our 'Dark Gray' and lends itself as a fantastic companion to our lighter colorways. Anything you put next to it pops.

Heron Purple

This may be my favorite semi-solid... A deep, brooding purple, bordering on black or gray, it is derived from the 'Green Heron' colorway. It combines beautifully with many of our semi-solids, especially those with a dark undertone. 

Jay Blue

A brilliant blue with purple undertones, our 'Jay Blue' is derived from the 'Blue Jay' colorway, and makes its appearance in several other colorways: 'California Quail' and 'Indigo Bunting' to name a few. It is one of our brightest semi-solids and super-saturated with color.

Jay Green

Our 'Jay Green' has a kick! It's brighter and greener than your average green olive. Derived from our 'Green Jay' colorway, it varies in intensity from batch to batch. All hand-dye processes are subject to variability. The yellow pigment is particularly fickle, as is the black that can vary from a blueish tone to a warmer brown tone depending on a hundred different variables. So make sure you buy as much 'Olive' as you need on a given day. It's brilliance and moodiness and complexity make up for its fickle personality, and is by far one of my favorite semisolids. If you want a project that pops, this is the color for you. 

Rosy-Finch Purple

This semi-solid is derived from the 'Black Rosy-Finch' colorway, and is also a dominant color in the 'Wood Duck' and 'Green Heron' colorways. Like most of our colors, it is both bright and moody, giving it a level of sophistication not normally associated with the humble berry it is named after. It goes beautifully with many of our other semi-solids, especially those with warm, dark undertones.

Sapsucker Red

A true red, with purple undertones, 'Sapsucker Red' is bright, bold and unapologetic! Although it does not appear in any of our current colorways, it is the foundation color for many of our semi-solids and colorways, most notably the rust reds in 'Kestrel.' It stands alone as a brilliant red, and looks fabulous when combined with our 'Black', 'Gray' and 'Rust Red' semisolids. Similar in saturation to our 'Jay Blue', it makes a bold statement in any garment. 

Kestrel Red

This semisolid is dark and earthy. Beautiful on its own, it also looks fantastic paired with the colorway from which it was derived: 'Kestrel'. It also looks great with a variety of our other earthier semisolids, giving your garment a grounded, solid look. All of our semisolids and colorways are unisex, both on principal and in their design. Rust red is a fantastic color for the earthy types in your life, male or female. 

Wood Duck Teal

Our 'Wood Duck Teal' looks great on its own, or paired with a complementary semisolid (think warm, reddish tones). It is derived from the 'Wood Duck' colorway, and is also a component of the 'Indigo Bunting' colorway.

Heron Teal

This semisolid is subtle, dark and elegant. Derived from the 'Green Heron' colorway, it goes beautifully with many of our semisolids, especially the earthier tones.