These skeins are laceweight, 50% merino and 50% tencel. 8 oz, and 1,400 yards. Beautiful drape and a little sheen from the tencel, yet holds it’s shape well because of the merino . Plenty for an adult sweater! We have several patterns that work for the skeins. $65.
Vitamin D, by Heidi Kirrmaier. You may either purchase the pattern from her on Ravelry, or ask for a copy with your order here, as I have purchased copies of the pattern from Heidi to go with my yarns.
Mythos, by Laura Nelkin. She offers her pattern for free on Ravelry.
Simple Summer Tweed, by Heidi Kirrmaier. This is a free pattern on Ravelry, and calls for a heavier yarn, so we used two skeins of the merino/tencel knit together. Fun quick knit!
Blume by Bekah Knits. You must purchase this pattern directly on Ravelry.
Here is my Blume, but as you can see, it’s much prettier on a person than laying on a table! But this gives you an idea of how it looks in the handpainted merino/tencel.
Summer Garden T, designed by Vicki K. Byram. Pattern comes with the yarn, if you ask.
Here is a representation of colors that I often have in stock, although I don’t have all of these at this time. This just gives you an idea of what colors I can dye:
This worsted weight yarn is 4oz, 215 yards. It is a NON-superwash merino. I have been searching for a really nice worsted weight yarn, and this is it! Very soft and squishy, and from what people are telling me, it’s a joy to work with! $20.
Garment Choices: (either pattern is available, just let me know if you would like one)
Simply Twisted, a simple pull over sweater with a little bit of cables, designed by Vicki Byram (shown in charcoal to gray). Takes 6 skeins:
Casual Comfort Poncho, a fun easy to knit poncho, designed by Vicki Byram (shown in Fall Leaves Pansy). Takes 5 skeins: