Scrumblinis… What the heck are they?

Scrumblinis are little balls of yarn (anywhere from 10 to 30 yards) of handspun deliciousness made by yours truly (and when orders get really high! Some of my handspinning friends!)…

 Scrumblini is a term I came up with small balls of yarn for free form artists. Don’t let that fool you though! This is a great way to try out new fibers, different styles of yarn, and extend your knowledge of working with other than standard yarns that you can buy in any store!

Scrumblini packs may include: Camel/Silk yarn, wool singles, Spuntastik! Elastik! Yarn, Spuntastik! Chenooly, Spunstastik! Knaughty Yarn, Annspun perfect sock yarn, mohair, beaded yarn, feathered yarn, you name it.

It’s not just for crochet, but can be used for trimming items, decoupage, scrapbooking and much much more.

It’s a real steal for only $9.95 (plus shipping)! Why so affordable? I consider it a grand sampler treat! If you really want to treat yourself order the Free Form Crochet Club (or the CLF Yarn Club! as it is soon be called)…and get the newsletter that accompanies the yarn! MONTHLY!

chennooly.jpg Spuntastik! Chenooly Yarn, One ply Chenille (rayon or cotton), with hand dyed wool!

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About thegoldenme

I love crochet and hand-spinning. I am visually impaired, and thus extremely tactile. I love texture and color, and creating things that feel good, and look good has made life richer and warmer.
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