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Plum Purplexity Angora Cloud

Plum Purplexity Angora Cloud

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This half oz of Plum Purplexity Angora Cloud is dyed in the same method as Purplexity, but with a little different shade of blue which makes the red dazzle, but holds just enough blue to be purplish.  If you are looking for the plum side of purple this might just be your color.

I have put this color on the natural black angora fluff, and watch as it takes the dye differently here and there on an already varied set of hues.  When I take it out of the pot it is one of my favorite things to watch unfold.  Angora tends to clump when wet, so I like to use the box picker my dad made to tease open the clumps and fluff them out into a cloud. 

Angora cloud is 100% prime angora, which is wonderful for spinning as is or blending.  The average stable length is 3” making it great for crafting a uniform yarn.  Each batch is dyed in 8 oz and I will make sure to keep batches together even though it is not a solid color.   If the lot is bigger than 8 oz. It is it's own blend.  Batches are dyed in the same manner with the same color, but a different bunny or combo will take the dye differently.  Just because the name is the same doesn't mean the color is the same.   

If you are in doubt of the color working for you I would like to send a sample to you.  E-mail me with your request.  

For a limited time I am including a free 3 part class when you purchase 3 oz of angora.  The Purposely Angora class will help you get started with angora if you are scared, and also offer a few tidbits for those who have worked with it before. When you have made your purchase I will send you an email with the coupon code for the class.     

As if you couldn't tell I love purple and all of its complexity.  And I wish that the descriptions would be enough, but then I have to photograph it.  AnD purple doesn’t play nice.  I wish that all monitors were the same, but even then I have a hard time capturing all that it is.  If you get your color and it won’t play nice with your project I totally understand.  Bunnies themselves can be kind of persnickety, it's not you just the way some of them can be.  Please don’t settle, just let me know, and we can work it out.     Thank you for your understanding. 

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