Hand Dyed Yarn

One thing leads to another. From hand processing and hand spinning fleece to industrial boons. My husband says that I’ve worked my way through a personal industrial revolution in just a few years. It wasn’t my intention, but he’s right. I didn’t even realize it was happening, but here I am, purchasing commercial spun yarn. I am truly excited about adding these nice new yarns to my shop that I would not otherwise be able to make and keep in stock. I’ve put some time into choosing yarns that compliment my handspun and carry-on my wool values. Ultimately, enhancing my market shop and Etsy shop. I’ve chosen three to four different types of yarn in 3 weight categories: fingering, DK, and worsted. In keeping with the tradition of wool, the majority of these yarns are non-superwash. The couple superwash options I offer are ethically processed.

Fingering

100% Organic Merino Fingering – 4 ply, 437 yards per skein, 100 grams

Merino/Nylon 75/25 – 2 ply, 463 yards per skein, 100 grams

100% BFL – SW (superwash), 4 ply, 657 yards per skein, 150 grams

Merino/Silk – SW,

DK

100% Organic Merino DK – 4 ply, 246 yards, 100 grams

Merino DK Sparkle – 4 ply, 231 yards, 100 grams – Extra Fine Merino/Silk/Stellina 75/20/5

Baby Alpaca/Fine Merino/Silk 45/45/10 – 2 ply, 245 yards, 100 grams

Worsted

100% Merino Worsted – 4 ply, 218 yards, 100 grams

Merino/Silk 60/40 Worsted – 4 ply, 225 yards, 125 grams

100% Targhee Worsted – 3 ply, 245 yards, 100 grams