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Blue Harvest - Hand Spun Yarn

Blue Harvest - Hand Spun Yarn

Regular price $37.00 USD
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- Worsted weight, 3 ply/ Chain ply, 9 WPI -> What's WPI? Click HERE

- 48% Hand Dyed Chilean wool, 17% Corriedale wool, 12% Silky Bamboo Fiber, 12% Merino wool, 11% Rose Fiber.

- Only 1 skein left at 170 yards! Hurry before it's gone!

- This is a One of a Kind Self-striping Hand-spun yarn created by me with great love and attention to detail on my Louet S15 spinning wheel.
 - When worked up, each skein self stripes moving through Navy Blue, Purple, Forest Green, Baby Blue, and Pink, with shiny Bamboo accents sprinkled through. The stripes are heathered, creating beautiful complexity of color, and a soft shiny textural experience for you when working with it!
- This yarn is perfect for adding excitement to your own unique crocheting, weaving or knitting creations! 

What Can I Make With This Yarn?

Each skein of my Hand Spun Yarn is enough to make a Beret or Fingerless mitts*. Two skeins are enough for a Hat, Gloves, or Cowl*. Three or more are enough for a Shawl, Scarf, or mixed with your favorite solid color yarn, a Sweater*!

Hand Spun is great for making Shawls, Gloves, Hats, Scarves, and Socks. My Hand spun works particularly well as the yoke of a color-work sweater, or in the Nightshift Shawl Pattern.

*This estimate is dependent upon the pattern you choose.

Fiber Content Properties

  • The Chilean and Corriedale wools are warm and moisture wicking
  • The Merino wool adds softness to the blend
  • The Bamboo and Rose Fiber (both silky eco friendly plant fibers) add durability and a gorgeous shine to the yarn.

The Chilean wool was purchased in Chile while I was on tour for work in Santiago. I am so inspired by the importance of fiber arts locally and around the world!

How Was This Yarn Made?

To create this Yarn:

- I made rolags on my blending board combining 8 different colors in 5 different fibers.

- I spun all the rolags together and then chain plied them, creating a self-striping yarn with deep complexity of color.

This is my first full chain plied project and I just love how this plying method creates new and exciting color combinations :)

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