Handspun yarn is a true delight to work with; watch the colors undulate and make your work sing! If you've only ever worked with commercially spun yarn, you'll find that using handspun will bring out a new joy in your craft.
4 oz/113 g 184 yards/168 m 3-ply, Worsted Weight (10wpi)
3-ply yarn is plump and round, and best suited for knit/purl and cable patterns for knitting, and crochet. It is not well-suited for lace knitting, as the 3-ply nature will cause the openwork to close in and be lost. The yardage here is perfect for a hat, mittens, thick slipper socks, or other small projects.
Polwarth wool is ultra soft, and suitable for next-to-skin items.
Fiber dyed by Spunky Eclectic in Maine Handspun in Silicon Valley with my trusty Ashford Traditional wheel.
Yarn is spun in a cat friendly home. The cats are not allowed in the fiber, but those with extreme sensitivities should be aware.