After a successful show season, Jenn and I have put our heads together and reviewed the notes. Looks like a lot of customers were looking for smaller skeins that worked together. Like a mix and match kinda thing.
So I got to dyeing on our Plum Panda sock line. This yarn is wonderful, a superwash merino, bamboo and nylon mix. It looks like there is silk in there, thank you bamboo, but there is none AND it is actually washable. After the fiasco with our Saunderstown Line FELTING (!!!!) we have been very careful to make sure it won't felt up when you hand wash your lovely project.
I've added in a few pictures to get you drooling and would love to know what you think of the new sets. I'd also like to hear about the colors you would like to see.
Thanks for your help!
600 yards of yarny goodness.
Pink pink and more pink, oh my!
Darn camera won't show the wonderful tonal differences in the blue-purple range. You get the idea from this picture but it is sooooo much nicer in person.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
It's Tuesday and here are some of the new stuff I'm listing in the shop. Ususally I don't promote in the blog, but I'm short on time this week. Sorry
Maelstrom, Merino Wool. So very cool!! Will make a killer yarn or felted scarf.
Zeus, Merino Wool, new colorway. The colors are a bit deeperr than in the pictures. I really gotta get a new camera. Santa?????
Cabbage Rose, Merino Wool. Soft and subtle the perfect christmas colors. Red, white and a hint of tan to ground it.
Equinox, Merino Silk Blend. Deep gold in a continuous gradient out to a dark blue. Again, damn camera.
Hope you have seen something you'll love. See you next week.