After spinning and plying, I dyed the finished yarn using a natural plant dye prepared from the late summer leaves of the walnut tree, “nougèr” in the local dialect.
Ingredients: 32g of washed and carded wool. The fibre used was white Berrichon du Cher, from Gèdre.
Spinning: Two singles spun from rolags in the Z direction, using a semi-worsted technique.
Plying: two singles plied in the S direction until balanced.
Finishing: Wound off into a skein, washed and dried weighted to set the ply. Naturally dyed with foraged walnut leaves.
Quantity: 30g giving 32m of finished yarn
Yarn Weight: DK
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