Great Adirondack Mulberry Silk Roving -  ()
Great Adirondack Mulberry Silk Roving -  ()
Great Adirondack Mulberry Silk Roving -  ()
Great Adirondack Mulberry Silk Roving -  ()
Great Adirondack Mulberry Silk Roving -  ()
Great Adirondack Mulberry Silk Roving -  ()
Great Adirondack Mulberry Silk Roving -  ()
Great Adirondack Mulberry Silk Roving -  ()

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Great Adirondack Mulberry Silk Roving

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  • Fiber Content: 100% Mulberry Silk
  • Weight/Yardage: 3oz

Great Adirondack Mulberry Silk Roving is a 100% mulberry silk roving that is dyed in beautiful colors. Spin this up into a wonderful yarn, or mix it with other fibers.

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GREAT ADIRONDACKMulberry Silk Roving
 
4.3

(based on 4 reviews)

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Pros

  • Nice texture (3)
  • Soft (3)

Cons

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Best Uses

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5.0

gorgeous easy to spin silk

By Stella

from Toronto, ON

About Me Enthusiast

Pros

  • Nice Texture
  • Soft

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about GREAT ADIRONDACK Mulberry Silk Roving:

      I pulled off 3 foot long pieces of the silk roving, separated it lengthwise into about 8 to 10 thinner sections, and spun it as I would a roving, end to end. I found it easy to spin, as long as you make the sections thin enough to start with to suit the yarn you are making. I found to make the roving thinner while spinning you need to give lots of room between your hands to pull it apart - the strands are long and strong and don't want to pull apart. It is easier to separate before it is winding on the bobbin or at all twisted.
      I made one strand of silk and plied it with one strand of alpaca to form a sport weight yarn that is soft, strong and beautiful. I like that I can see the flow of colours change because I have one solid chocolate brown alpaca strand and one variegated silk strand. I used Hummingbird (greens) - it looks awesome!
      I found very few slubs or faults. It does like to tangle on itself when you are separating it.
      I got two hanks for my birthday, and would buy it myself as I am really enjoying spinning it.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • Yes

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Pretty nice

      By msknitster (on Ravelry)

      from Renton, WA

      About Me Enthusiast

      Pros

      • Dyed Evenly
      • Nice Texture
      • Soft

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about GREAT ADIRONDACK Mulberry Silk Roving:

          Spun laceweight to combine with another strand of wool for knitting a baby bonnet. It is easy to spin if you spin from the fold and loosen the fibers up beforehand. Don't try to spin it from the end as in worsted spinning. Pull off lengths of about one foot and then as you strip them into thirds they will automatically loosen enough to spin well. This is all from trial and error. I think the compactedness is from the dyeing but I have dyed silk like this myself and didn't have this problem, leading to easier spinning. There are hardly any noils in this silk so the finished product is a beautiful, even shiny single and I think the price is great. Just follow the guidelines for silk spinning and it will be perfect.

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          5.0

          colors fabulous - easy to spin

          By Becky Jo's Farm

          from Mahaffey, PA

          About Me Artist

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Good Weight
          • Nice Texture
          • Soft

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about GREAT ADIRONDACK Mulberry Silk Roving:

              I own cashmere goats so I spin one strand cashmere and one strand silk and the plied yarn is so beautiful and soft.

              Service and delivery comments:

              Delivery was prompt, and perfect.

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              • No

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              3.0

              Beautiful, rich colors

              By Homebody

              from Bloomington, IN

              About Me Enthusiast, Knitter, Spinner, Weaver

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Completely lovely

              Cons

              • Compacted
              • Snags

              Best Uses

              • Scarves
              • Weaving

              Comments about GREAT ADIRONDACK Mulberry Silk Roving:

              This dyed silk is lustrous and very lovely. The roving is so dense, however, that the fiber needs to be opened up considerably before you'll be able to spin with it. Here and there are small snags that need to be picked out, unless you don't mind slubs in the finished yarn. Because it's not reeled silk, it won't make a perfectly smooth yarn, but it does make a pretty yarn with a little bit of texture to it. It can be spun extremely fine. Remember that when plied, the colors will blend together.

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