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Nina - Eventide Crites Lace

Nina - Eventide Crites Lace

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Nina started life in April of 2019 as one of our Clan of Igors colorways.

The vibrant pinks and purples symbolize one of the archetypical Igors in the classic Universal monster movies, the first-ever 'Igor' to be played by a female actress.

This colorway is dyed in vibrant color blocks that go from blues to greens and through pinks to violet purples.

Eventide Crites Lace is Non Superwash and has an undyed base color that is grey due to the yak in the yarn. Colorways come out both darker and softer on this base than on our undyed 'white' bases (like Squirm and Singularity).
Dye Technique(s) Used:
  • Variegated
About This Yarn Base:

Fiber contents: 42% Baby Alpaca, 35% Silk, 13% 18.5 Mic Merino 10% Yak
Weight per skein: 50 grams | 1.7 oz
Running Length: 400 meters | 437 yards
Yarn Weight: Lace

With a yarn spun up of buttery soft Baby Alpaca, Shiny Silk, 18 micron Merino and lustrous Yak, you just know this is going to be a luxury to see and feel in order to believe it. It's warm as all get out and snugly as heck, and I desperately need to see sweaters knitted with these lovely skeins. 

Eventide Crites Lace is Non Superwash and has an undyed base color that is grey due to the yak in the yarn. Colorways come out both darker and softer on this base than on our undyed 'white' bases (like Squirm and Singularity).

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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.

When dyeing yarn we fully exhaust all pigments before going to the rinsing step. Despite the care we put into the rinsing process, mild bleeding is common in hand dyed yarn and if you have a skein with a bright or dark color, or it contains speckles, play it safe by rinsing the skein in cold water and some wool wash and let it dry before casting on.

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This listing is for one (1) skein of yarn unless specifically mentioned otherwise. Photos of multiple skeins shows a comparison between yarn bases and/or skeins. Colorways may slightly vary depending on the screen due to your display settings.