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Mr. Highland Misfit

Made by Sarah Carothers

Boy! What a challenge! I normally spin art yarn which is quite forgiving. This project, however, has to be precise or it’s very difficult to put together. Once i got past the taping, I started having fun and am also working on a second piece. So, my advice to anyone… Go Wild! Take a risk and above all, be creative! Life is too short to just be ‘another brick in the wall’. 🙂

5 thoughts on “Mr. Highland Misfit”

    • Hi Jonni,
      I do spin yarn. My website is BlackSheepFiberGoods.com. There’s so much you can do with art yarns: dreadlocks, highland cows, scarves and the usual garments, cone-christmas trees.. I’ve seen a lot of great ideas! After seeing a cow with dreadlocks from my art yarn, I decided I had to give that a go. I think I’m hooked because I’m now working on a dragon. Oh, and thanks to Keighley at Barn2yarn for the gorgeous locks I used in this project. She hand dyes all of her locks and sells them at Barn2Yarn.com. Thanks for sharing my post, Sarah

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      • A dragon! I hope you remember to show us how it turns out. 🙂
        I tried to take a look at Keighley’s site, but that URL isn’t working. Is there a type, perhaps?

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        • Yes, and thanks for mentioning it. The correct link to Barn2Yarn is:
          https://www.barn2yarnshop.com
          She’s in the UK and I’ve been ordering locks from her for several years and never been disappointed in her work! Shipping can take a couple weeks but her prices compared to others are worth the wait. In addition to her website, she also sells through Etsy.
          Sarah

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