This skein is reserved for ANNA. Please don't purchase it if it's not yours. Thanks!!!!
Rich cobalt blues, deep teals, dark navy, and a warm, moody mauvish brown...all handpainted on lovely Polwarth/Silk. This skein is 60% Polwarth and 40% Silk and is full of silk shine, drape and So.Much.Soft! Polwarth is a soft fiber similar to merino but with extra poofiness and the added bonus of silk is a plus. This skein is amazingly luxurious. Knit it up into a wonderful gift for someone special or even for yourself.
Handspun yarn is, by nature, one of a kind and imperfect. All yarns are spun by me on my sweet spinning wheels in my smoke-free but dog friendly home in rural Utah and then soaked in a lovely lavender wash, dried and re-skeined and are ready to knit your treasures. My finished skeins are measured after drying and yardage is approximated to the best of my ability. Your gauge may vary when working it up. I always recommend swatching for gauge and colorfastness when working with hand dyed products. Some dye run-off may occur with the initial washing of hand dyed goods though my handspun is soaked before drying to minimize that.
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I'm happy to take orders for custom spinning for that special project. I have a large group of fibers you can choose from or you can purchase fiber elsewhere and have it sent to me. You'll pay for the cost of the fiber and the custom spinning.
DK/Light Worsted Weight Polwarth/Silk (60/40) "Port Gamble Bay"
4.0 oz. / 2 ply / 286 yds. / 10 wpi
dyed by: The Artful Ewe
colorway: Port Gamble Bay
fiber: Polwarth/Silk (60/40)
care: hand wash and dry flat
I want you to be pleased with your purchase. However if you're not satisfied with your purchase please contact me within 3 days of the receipt of your package for a return or exchange. The item must be in its original condition and you will be responsible for shipping & handling involved in the return/exchange.