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Druid - Silky Sparkle Lace

Druid - Silky Sparkle Lace

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Druid is a brown semi-solid with subtle flecks of the underlying pigments we used to get this rich chocolate mousse color.
Dye Technique(s) Used:
  • Planned Pooling
  • Variegated
About This Yarn Base:

This beautiful non-superwash yarn is smooth, drapey and has a velvety soft texture. Thanks to the added Gold Stellina, it sparkles like no other. Next to stellina, this base has a silk content that makes it a strong and durable yarn, with a deep lustre. Fit for intricate lace projects and other crafts, like needle punching and embroidery, this yarn base makes a smashing addition to any yarn stash. Personally we love to add a thread of laceweight to our projects to vamp them up.

Tussah Silk is made of the cocoons of larvae that are allowed to pupate and hatch before the cocoon is used to spin silk of.

Fiber contents: 70% Superfine Merino, 25% Tussah Silk, 5% Gold Stellina
Weight per skein: 100 grams / 3.5 oz
Running Length: 780 meters / 853 yards
Yarn Type: Lace
Threads: 2-ply spun

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When purchasing hand dyed yarns, we recommend you purchase a sufficient amount of yarn for your project.

We sell handmade products that get produced in small batches. We always use the same recipes for repeatable colorways and work very precise measuring our materials. However, it's impossible to guarantee two skeins will ever look the same. With hand made products there is always some variation on the end product.

If you want a uniform result with the end product you are making, with knitting, crochet and weaving, alternate skeins once rows. If using fiber, you can mix and match some of the fibers as you go when spinning or felting.

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