70% baby alpaca, 20% silk, 10% cashmere
875 yards (800 meters) per 100 grams
$44 per 100g skein - dyed in a batch of 5 skeins
Has this ever occurred to you, you who reside in a temperate clime, enjoying snow in the winter and wildflowers in summer, that we might be suffering in. all. this. sun? Have you ever wondered what we in the tropics languish for? Long for? Dream of?
That's right. Winter.
I've had enough of the endless summer and 10 degree differential. I long for snow, grey clouds, stormy days, oatmeal breakfasts, wellies and rain and and roaring fires in the hearth! If you've not figured it out already, we're heading for a change here.
We're with the seals.
Enjoy this extraordinary colorway whilst it lasts.
I want to introduce everyone I meet to the versatility of lace. You don't have to knit lace to use laceweight yarn. Double it up to make fingering weight, or quadruple it to make DK. If you have a swift and ball winder, it's as easy as making the first cake single, then take the inside and outside ends and re-cake once or twice. Ta-da! You can also run a strand of lace with any other weight to make it more interesting and unique.