The theme for the Phat Fiber Box for June 2017 is Solstice.
Solstices are about transitions. The transition between night and day, summer and winter. In our past the Sun was vitally important to our ancestors during midsummer, to ensure a good harvest.
However, so was water. Therefore, I took my inspiration from sunrise over water.
To see the photograph which gave me my inspiration for these rolags, go to
The photograph is a photograph of a sunrise over Windermere.
I created each individual colour for these rolags by blending on my drum carder baby llama and 21 micron merino. The different blended batts were then used to create rolags on my blending board that echo the reflected colours of the sunrise over Lakeland.
These rolags contain 70% merino : 30% baby llama
You will recieve 100g of rolags in the Lakeland First Light Colourway. Both of the fibres in this blend will felt. If you do not want them to, hand wash in cool water.
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Overseas customers are responsible for paying taxes or customs charges.
Shipping from United Kingdom
Items will be sent via second class post (UK) or air mail on the first possible day (Monday - Saturaday). Proof of postage will always be obtained.
UK customers can upgrade to first class postage. Overseas customers who wish to order large number of items please contact me for more precise postage costs or postage upgrades.
I hope you are very happy with your purchase as I take great care whilst blending and spinning my fibres. I always try to photograph and describe each item accurately, however, if you find that you get a horrible suprise on delivery a refund will be given if the item is returned in original condition within 14 days. The buyer will be responsible for the return postage, and will need to gain a proof of postage
I always get proof of postage and will replace anything that gets lost in transit.
Jun 11, 2018
Oh my these are soooo pretty. Lovely sample included too. Many thanks.
Oct 6, 2017
The most incredible fiber blend I have ever spun. Aint nothin better than baby llama, I'm convinced