Fig Lace ($32) - 70% Kid Mohair, 30% Silk | 50G | 460 Yds
Floof. Floof is the first thing that comes to mind with this yarn. The best option to added a halo to any garment or accessories or create an ethereal moment in any of your knits this it the base for that. Warning: you may get floof in your nose.
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Marie Cutie ($30) - 75% SW Corriedale, 25% Nylon | 100 G | 443 Yds
If a fiber blend was created to withstand the toughest of all wear and tear Corriedale Nylon would be it. Corriedale is a longer staple length fiber giving it a rustic wooly wool feeling and stands up to the toughest of sock wearers or that sweater that gets all the abuse but you cant stop wearing it. This blend softens gorgeously with washing and wear making it the best for socks and sweaters, or even that cowl you grab every time you walk out the door.
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Ginger ($30) - 75% SW Merino, 20% Nylon, 5% Gold Stellina | 100G | 438 Yds
A plump 2-ply with delicate pieces of gold stellina added into the yarn bringing that gold glitter we all crave in our knit wear. The Merino Nylon blend lends itself to soft socks, sparkly shawls or even garments with just a little bit extra flare.
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Isaac ($30) - 100% SW Polwarth | 100G | 443 Yds
Polwarth is the strong butter of the yarn world. The Polwarth sheep itself is part Merino, giving the fiber its softness touch after washing, and part Lincoln, giving the wool a longer staple length and making it a very strong rustic fiber. This combination creates a yarn fantastic for socks, garments, shawls or other accessories.
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Aeron ($30) - 85% SW Bluefaced Leicester, 15% Donegal Neps | 100G | 435 Yds
Tweedy Tweedy Goodness. This plump 2-ply 100% Bluefaced Leicester yarn is speckled with bits of black, tans and brown tweedy bits giving the that extra bit of "oomph" into your project. Bluefaced Leicester lends itself to socks, garments, shawls, really anything you could imagine with an extra bit of coziness from the neps.
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Selkie ($32) - 85% Non-Superwash Merino, 15% Silk | 100G | 490 Yds
A beautiful 2-ply fingering weight with the subtle shine of silk. The non-superwash merino gives this yarn a slight tooth without taking away from the classic softness that is merino. The knit fabric of this yarn has a drape like...well like silk, soft and luxurious.
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Penny ($32) - 80% SW Merino, 10% Cashmere, 10% Nylon | 100G | 383 Yds
A deliciously soft blend of the classic merino and well known cashmere with a sprinkle of nylon for strength. This plump blend of fibers creates the perfect go to yarn for next to the skein soft garments, shawls, socks, hats...you name it, this yarn can make it and make it so soft you will never let go.
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Tesla ($36) - 70% SW Bluefaced Leicester, 20% Silk, 10% Cashmere | 100G | 438 Yds
Silk and Cashmere, oh my. This blend of strong Bluefaced Leicester, even stronger silk and delicately soft cashmere creates a super strong yet next to the skin soft yarn perfect for garments, shawls or even luxurious socks!
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PolDK ($30) - 100% SW Polwarth | 100G | 290 Yds
A smooth 3-ply DK weight yarn boasting the wearability of one of my favorite sheep, the Polwarth! This strong yet butter soft fiber is perfect for basically any project you want to work on, socks, hats, sweaters, you name it, you knit it.
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Travelers ($32) - (100%) Non-Superwash Targhee | 100G | 241 Yds
This round bouncy 3-ply gives you the tooth of a rustic yarn perfect for colorway and cables while blooming into a marshmallow soft fabric after blocking to a luxurious fabric with just a wool.
Cecil ($30)- 100% SW Bluefaced Leicester | 100G | 181 Yds
This giant and squishy 2-ply round Bluefaced Leicester is perfect for your cabled sweaters, patterned hats or any warm and wooly winter accessory.
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