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Happy Fuzzy Yarn at TNNA

Welcome to Happy Fuzzy Yarn! I make yarn and fiber for people who not only like yarn, or even love yarn. I make yarn and fiber for people who lust after yarn. People who are obsessed with yarn. And by “are obsessed with” I mean “want to roll around naked in.”

Does that sound like you? If it does, you know what I’m talking about. And you’re in the right place. This is where you’ll find handspun yarn that will make you drool. Hand dyed yarn that will make you moan. And fiber that will make you blush.

~ Riin Gill, Fiber Artist and owner of Happy Fuzzy Yarn

all the yarn

6,652 yards

I spun 6,652 yards during Spinzilla. That’s 3.78 miles. I spun 5.14 pounds of fiber. Merino, yak, BFL, tussah silk, Polwarth, Falkland, alpaca, Corriedale, Romney, and I’m not even sure what else. I spun enough yardage to get to Ypsilanti. No wonder I’m tired.  

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2 full bobbins of happy fi

Spinzilla Day 6

Yesterday was Day 6. I plied two bobbins of the happy happy fun yarn of happiness. It was way past my bedtime by the time I finished, so no post yesterday. This past week has wreaked havoc with my sleep schedule, so next year I won’t try to post photos at night. I’ll wait till …

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happy happy fun yarn

Spinzilla Day 5

I’m still working on the happy happy fun yarn of happiness. When the darker bobbin is full, I’ll ply the two together. I’ve got enough fiber to make about 2 pounds of this yarn, and I’ll use it for a sweater for yours truly. It seems like I used to be able to spin more …

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Stuart and Kandinsky

Spinzilla Day 4

Today I finished the Kandinsky merino/yak skein I started yesterday. Stuart was kind enough to hold it for the photo. In the evening I started spinning the happy happy fun yarn of happiness!  

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