Customer Projects and Inspiration

Customer Handspun Yarn and Hand Dyed Fiber Projects and Inspiration

Here are some handmade customer projects using 222 Handspun's yarn and fiber. Would you like to see your work featured here? Let me know

  • Taylor Chona's hand knitted handspun fingerless gloves

    Taylor handspun the yarn and knitted these lovely warm fingerless mitts from a 222 Handspun art batt. The free pattern is "Bulky Fingerless Gloves on 2 Straights" by Temple Croke. She used size 8 needles.
  • Handspun Yarn by Michele Wang

    Michele spun some 222 Handspun hand dyed Organic Polwarth top into a lovely Navajo ply-ed skein. I can't wait to see all the exquisite yarn and fiber she'll be carrying in her new pop-up shop, Gauge + Tension this Fall.
    © Michele Wang / Gauge + Tension
    © Michele Wang / Gauge + Tension
  • Taylor Chona's hand knitted infinity cowl

    Taylor handspun the yarn and hand knitted this hat from a "The Life Acquatic" Wes Anderson art batt. She kept the gradient as she spun the yarn so it's self striping when kitted up. Just gorgeous! The free pattern is Posie Moebius by Kristi Pyatt on Ravelry.
  • Knit hat by Patti Lockwood Clark

    Patti knit up this luxurious aqua blue hat using yarn she spun from one of the 222 fiber batts she purchased at the Madison Wool Trunk show. She did an amazing job with these yarns!
  • Bohemian Knit Loop Infinity Scarves and Cowls from Happiknits

    Visit Happiknit's Etsy store to purchase. Happiknits Happiknits cowl Happiknits cowl Happiknits cowl Happiknits cowl
  • Blythe Doll Reroot by Sentimental Squirrel

    Sentimental Squirrel has used some of my custom dyed extreme long Teeswater wool locks to reroot Blythe dolls. She painstakingly brushes each one out and then sews them together making individual plugs. The result is beyond gorgeous! Check out her Etsy shop for more info: sentimentalsquirrel blythe doll reroot
  • Felted Wool by Nutmeg Naturals

    Jennifer from Nutmeg Naturals hand makes soap and felted items for the bath and home. Here she's used 222 Handspun hand dyed wool roving to make felted soaps, acorns, and decorative garlands. Visit her Etsy store to purchase. Nutmeg Naturals Nutmeg Naturals felted wool acorns Nutmeg Naturals felted wool garland
  • Hand Knit Scarves and Cowls from Happiknits

    I really love the hand knit loop infinity scarves and cowls by Happiknits. They're great examples of what you can make with one skein of handspun yarn when combining it with another yarn. Visit Happiknit's Etsy store to purchase. Happiknits Happiknits cowl