Idlewild / Diana / Superwash Merino Cashmere Nylon Fingering / Lost Margaret

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$27.00
+ $7.00 shipping
$27.00
+ $7.00 shipping
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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
Arrives from Canada

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The blend of superwash Merino and cashmere is delightfully soft while the addition of nylon helps keep it strong. Perfect for any project that will be next to your skin.

This yarn is part of my Idlewild line, a spin-off from my original A Million Stars brand. All the Idlewild yarns are inspired by the Anne of Green Gables books. This colorway blends dreamy azure tones with hints of purple.

Interested in purchasing more skeins than are listed? Send me a message or a custom request and I'll be more than happy to work with you to get you what you're looking for.

Colorway: Lost Margaret
Weight: fingering
Fibers: 80/10/10 superwash Merino/cashmere/nylon
Yardage: 375
Care Instructions: While this yarn is machine washable, I would recommend hand washing and laying the knitted item flat to dry for the best results.

I make every effort to ensure the colors in my photos are as accurate as possible but all monitors are different and the yarn may appear slightly different on your screen.

All items come from a smoke-free and pet-free environment.


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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
Arrives from Canada
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Any shipping charge excesses over $1 will be refunded through Paypal. Use the code FREESHIP to get free shipping in Canada and the US on orders over $100.


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Payment must be received within 24 hours. (If you need longer, I need you to contact me and let me know).


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If there are any problems, please contact me immediately and I will do my best to remedy the situation.


Additional policies

Allergen information: All items come from a smoke-free home that is cat-friendly. I am a foster home for a local shelter so I almost always have several kitties in my home. I do my best to make sure that they never come in contact with any of my yarn or fiber but I cannot guarantee that a few stray hairs here and there might not hitch a ride. ;)