These skeins blend superwash Merino with super fine Alpaca and a touch of nylon to give strength to all that softness. Soft enough to be worn next to the skin, even for those who are more sensitive.
This skein has been dyed from a blank I knit up on my knitting machine and as such, the yarn will have a kinked appearance. This should not affect the way that it knits up. Purchase price of this listing is for two 50 gram skeins, each of which has a complete rainbow gradient, perfect for matching socks, mitts or anything you can think up!
These skeins have been listed at a discounted price due to some splotches of dye that got onto a few spots. There is nothing wrong with the yarn aside from this.
Colorway: Thanks For All the Great Gay Sex, Honey! Weight: fingering Yardage: 435 yards Fiber: 60/20/20 Superwash Merino/Superfine Alpaca/Nylon Care Instructions: Hand wash and lay flat to dry for optimal results.
I've done my best to get an accurate photo of the color but monitors vary and the color may be slightly different in person. Colors may bleed slightly on first wash (though I take care to ensure no colors bleed on the final rinse) but should not affect the actual color of the yarn. Dyed with professional quality acid dyes.
My home is kitty friendly but I do my best to keep them away from the yarn and fibers.
How I adore this dyer!! This purchase is as wonderful as all my others. I just wish I had an unlimited budget!! Can't recommend her enough!
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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. ;)