This is just the beginning. I have a ton more yarn where this came from. All of my yarn is stored in a craft room, where my cat, Saru-chan, and my dog, Victor, are not allowed. Definitely a smoking-free home, but obviously not 100% allergen free. Also, if you don't see anything you want, I will be adding to this listing over the course of next week or so.
3 of the skeins are lot: 18.2424-13
1 skein of lot:18.2424-6
$60 for all of skeins. If you only want the 3 skeins of same dye lot, $45.
The two dye lots look the same to my eyes, but feel free to take that for what it is worth.
(more yarns below the cut)
5 skeins in the following color/dye lots from left to right
4461/235 (dark pink)
4253/236 (mustard yellow)
4447/233 (light pink)
$5 a skein, or all 5 skeins for $20.
I also have partial balls of an assortment of colors of the regular Takhi Cotton Classic. If you want those thrown in, the partial balls (not pictured) are free.
70% baby kid mohair
I love this yarn. It is definitely very soft, and would love a good home. I was going to design a sweater for it, and well, I didn't even get to the swatching stage. If you need a close up of the yarn, please let me know and I'll take a better picture.
The lot is available for $64.
$20 for the lot.
This is an excellent felting yarn.
$10 for the 3 skeins.
This is the laceweight yarn. On Ravelry, this yarn is noted for having a gauge closer to DK or a light worsted because it has a significant halo.
$40 for the lot.
Another good felting yarn.
$10 for the lot.
One of the balls is coming slightly loose, but all of the skeins are intact with ball bands.
$30 for the lot.
$10 for the lot
$20 for the lot
Color 41315, Lot 27252 (burgundy)
100% extra fine merino
1460 yards per 100 grams
$10 per skein
$14 for the lot
$20 for the skein
$24 for the lot
$40 for the lot
This is a hand spun yarn that I was gifted. The label doesn't indicate which farm this yarn comes from, though it is something from New Mexico. The yarn was originally priced at $10 an ounce.
This yarn, like the one above, was a gift, presumably bought from a small producer. It is unlabeled except for a yellow paper with the quantity of yarn and care instructions.