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Cyburlesque is a one of a kind gradient colorway that goes from a soft baby blue to neon pink, creating a soft lilac in the middle. It reminds us of neon signs and dystopian futures.
This is a one of a kind colorway and we haven't written down the recipe.
A single-ply superwash 100% merino yarn with a subtle halo. Soft and luscious to the touch and definitely made for wearing. Works beautifully in shawls and garments.
We advise AGAINST using this base for socks! Single-ply yarn is not sturdy enough to be worn on high-impact areas like feet.
|Fiber contents||100% extra fine superwash merino (Singularity)
95% extra fine superwash merino / 5% Silver Stellina (Singularity Sparkle)
|Weight per skein||100 grams / 3,5 oz|
|Running Length||366 meters / 400 yards|
|Yarn Type||Fingering weight / 4-ply|
This listing is for one (1) skein of yarn. Photo of multiple skeins shows a comparison between yarn bases and/or skeins.
Colors may slightly vary on every monitor due to settings. This means that the color may differ a little bit in real life from what you see on screen.
As a fat fabulous creature, I (Aiden) know how hard it can be to source enough yarn to make myself a sweater. What takes the 'average' person 4 - 5 skeins, takes me at least 6 and usually around 8 skeins. (I'm between a 134 cm / 54 inch torso circumference).
It makes knitting or crocheting garments with hand dyed yarn a pretty costly adventure, which is why I am now offering discounts for yarn quantities that are above average.
This discount applies to all of our hand dyed yarns (that are not on sale), and can be combined between bases and colorways. You could make that top that uses a bajillion colors, or just pick the skeins for a single color project.
I'm not plus size. Can I use these discount codes?
We will not police purchases and I will not exclude people from this discount based on their size. Hell, I encourage everyone who wants to use these codes for their 5+ skein purchases to use it. The economy is tight enough as it is and society already does enough excluding, no need for me to tack on some more.