NOTE: As of 2/24/2012 I can no longer recommend purchasing Weaving Southwest tapestry yarn if you intend to make it your long term yarn source.
I sell my work through Weaving Southwest in Taos, which conveniently for me, is only about 40 miles from my house. I stopped by today after getting my hair whacked (I can say whacked, right? Or do you have to be Canadian to do that on a blog?) to drop off Emergence IV (you'll have to visit it there--see post with photo HERE).
I walked in the door and saw this:
I gasped a little. I've never seen those walls empty. Teresa was having the ultimate fun of hanging a new show arrangement. I'm sure it'll look lovely.
Some of my students were asking about where to get tapestry yarn. I dye my own as I have had the same problem, but Weaving Southwest does sell a nice line of tapestry yarn which is all hand-dyed. They will sell you this color card if you are interested!
It is hard to see that the gradations are bunched together on the card. But there are 5 colors in each bundle. Here are the Persian Lilac colors. It is a two ply 100% wool yarn which comes in 4 ounce skeins (162 yards).