, it makes a beautifully haloed yarn when spun (which I had Carolyn do to a sample so I could see what it would look like.)
I want to be able to produce a nice solid, as well as tonal colors, so I keep doing both. The Sun Yellow is a nice solid in a yellow that doesn't look like French's mustard (at least not when you see it in person. We really need to work on getting some lighting.) Carolyn likes the orange, and named it Autumn Sunrise. (10 points for anyone who catches that reference!) The tones shift from a light peach to a deep rust.
I still have about 2 more pounds of this fiber to play with - Anyone want me to put some in the shop?