373 yds handspun rare breed wool yarn, light red

$80.00
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$80.00
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Made in Palm Harbor, Florida

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373 yds rare Debouillet wool. Indie hand-dyed fiber, spun by me on my Kromski wheel! Fingering weight, 2-ply.

The color of this skein (and the matching one, also listed in the shop) is finicky both to photograph and to describe, but I'd say it's in the nature of salmon — a bright shade of light red that gives off an impression of being almost orange, with the lovely color variations that come from the hand-dyeing process. This skein is, I think, overall a tad lighter than the other one, and the yarn is a bit thinner, but it's spun from the same dye lot of fiber.

Debouillet is an American sheep breed from New Mexico, related to the famous Merino breed. Its wool is dense and fine with deep crimp, which translates to soft, squishy yarn ideal for making cozy accessories like hats or gloves.

Need more yardage? A matching skein of this yarn is available here: https://www.etsystudio.com/listing/551142214/293-yds-handspun-wool-yarn-light-red

--- Yarn stats ---

* Fiber content: 100 percent Debouillet wool
* Yardage: 373 yards
* Weight: 2 oz
* Knitting weight: fingering weight
* Structure: two-ply
* Colors: salmonesque light red with some pinker bits and a hint of orange
* Feltable

--- Important notes ---

Your yarn will arrive as a skein (a.k.a. hank) tied in multiple places, unless you specify otherwise. If you'd like your yarn wound into a center-pull ball/cake, please make a note in the "notes to seller" area when you check out.

Also, please be aware that this yarn was produced in a cat-friendly environment. While the cats aren't allowed to play with the fiber or to wander at will through the craft room, and yarn and fiber are stored in boxes away from direct cat contact, there is the possibility you may find a stray cat hair has latched onto your yarn. Cats and their mischievous hair ... ;)

--- Care and feeding of your yarn ---

Hand-wash only, alone or with like colors. (Some color bleeding is possible.)

To wash your yarn or items made from it: Soak in lukewarm to cool water with wool wash or delicates wash for 15 minutes or more. Gently squeeze out excess water, then soak again in rinse water of the same temperature. Squeeze out excess water again, then hang in an airy, waterproof place to drip and dry. (You may want to spin it dry with a salad spinner or roll it gently in a towel before hanging it, to speed the drying process.)

Please do not machine wash, agitate the yarn while washing, or wash in hot water ... unless, of course, you actually want it to felt. (Also, hot water could cause any dyes present to consider making an escape run.)

☆ Thank you so much for looking! ☆

There's more yummy yarn to be found here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/starandcrossbones?section_id=5091004

Also feel free to check out the rest of the shop for shawl pins, art prints, spinning fiber, handwovens, and whatever else is coming out of the craft room right now! http://www.etsy.com/shop/starandcrossbones


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