Yarn plant-dyed with bark from willow grown in my own yard in rural northern Wisconsin and processed by me for dyeing using low-impact techniques. Tonal variations come from direct contact with dye materials. 100% Peruvian Highland Wool mill-spun yarn, 100-gram skein is approximately 137 yards. 4.5 - 5 sts = 1" on #6 - 9 needles.
I dye with plant materials I grow or gather myself using processes that are safely disposed of in my compost pile. Leaves, bark, blossoms and other parts of willow, bracken, goldenrod, walnut hulls, onion skins, mullein, tansy and other local plants find their way into my yarns. Long soaking, slow simmering, and patience produce colors that play well together, however you combine them.