Fiber Content: 50% Superwash Merino/50% Silk
Yardage: 437 yd (400m)/100g
Gauge: 7-8 sts/in. on US 0-2 needles
Care: Machine wash cold, lay flat to dry
"Udaipur Fingering" is named after the city of Udaipur in Rajasthan, India, which is the historic capital of the Mewar kingdom and is known for its scenery and its palaces. This yarn is exotic, luxurious, and will turn any project into something to be treasured. It has a wonderful drape and would be perfect for scarves and shawls, but would also make great sweaters, hats, or extra-soft socks.
Colorway: Azalea is a variegated bright pink colorway with shades of red. Another colorway inspired by spring in Washington DC--I enjoy the city's azaleas even more than the cherry blossoms.
I do my best to represent colors accurately, but they may vary slightly when viewed on different monitors.
See my other sock/fingering weight yarns: http://www.etsy.com/shop/WanderingWool?section_id=10033172
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