MARIGOLD SILK Medley II - Color Changing Cotton/Silk yarn - 480 yards/100 gr - Fingering Weight

$28.50
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$28.50
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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
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Made in Charlottesville, Virginia

Item details

MARIGOLD SILK MEDLEY II is a 4-ply fingering weight cotton/silk yarn that gradually changes colors


MARIGOLD SILK MEDLEY II has these vibrant colors:
Red - Beige - Yellow (Gold) + Coffee running throughout the skein

The yarn is super soft with a luxurious sheen; it drapes well and is wound in a center-pull ball, no re-winding required.
Feeling is believing - this yarn is seriously deluxe and a joy to work with

30% silk, 70% cotton - hand wash in cold/lukewarm water
100 gr skein (appr.)
480 yds/438 m (appr.)
Needles: US 3-7 or 3.0-4.5 mm

MARIGOLD SILK MEDLEY II has a companion, MARIGOLD SILK MEDLEY, with the same colors wound in reverse order.

For more pattern ideas check our Ravelry group, Fans of Wolle's Yarn Creations.

I try to represent the colors as accurately as possible in both description and photos, but please note that monitors may vary in their display of colors.


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