Bulky weight Handspun Yarn - SWEET ECHINACEA - Hand dyed Yak/Merino wool, 138 yards, hand spun yarn, Navajo plied weft yarn

CA$99.26

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Item details

Handmade

Dimensions

Length: 138 Yards; Yarn weight: 5 Bulky

Materials

Primary fibre: Yak

Secondary fibre: Wool

FREE SHIPPING in North America on all handspun yarn and wearables!
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This sumptuously soft yarn is hand dyed in shades of pink, magenta and olive green. The yak content lends a beautiful dark heathered tone to the finished yarn, giving it a gorgeous depth of shade. With an exquisite hand and soft shimmering drape, this is a great choice for a cuddly soft cowl or other next-to-skin item.

Merino sheep are hardy and thrive in environments which are much too harsh for other domesticated sheep breeds. They are well suited to the high altitudes and mountainous landscapes of New Zealand’s South Island high country, where temperatures can range from 35°C in summer to -15°C in winter. Merino is a breed of sheep famous for its fine, soft wool, and is the "gold standard" to which all other fibers are compared.

Yaks originated in the high Tibetan plateau, and were first brought to Mongolia by Buddhist monks who used them for transport on their pilgrimages. Mongolian yak down is a rare and unique natural fiber. Exotic and soft, yak fiber is warmer than Merino wool, breathable, and naturally water resistant. Have I mentioned how incredibly soft it is? :)

This listing is for one skein of Navajo-plied Bulky weight yarn, as shown.

Blend contains:
50% Yak down
50% Merino wool

138 yards
3.9 oz
7-8 wpi

This yarn was spun on my Lendrum ST wheel in a smoke free, pet friendly environment.

This yarn will felt, so if that's not your intention, be sure to handwash your finished garment gently in cool water and lay flat to dry.

If you would like it in a center pull ball, please let me know during checkout.

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For Yak blends, click here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/BlackSheepGoods/search?search_query=yak&order=date_desc&view_type=gallery&ref=shop_search

For Merino wool yarns currently in stock, click here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/BlackSheepGoods/search?search_query=merino+wool&order=date_desc&view_type=gallery&ref=shop_search

For all yarns, click here: http://blacksheepgoods.etsy.com

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FREE SHIPPING in North America on all handspun yarn and wearables!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

This sumptuously soft yarn is hand dyed in shades of pink, magenta and olive green. The yak content lends a beautiful dark heathered tone to the finished yarn, giving it a gorgeous depth of shade. With an exquisite hand and soft shimmering drape, this is a great choice for a cuddly soft cowl or other next-to-skin item.

Merino sheep are hardy and thrive in environments which are much too harsh for other domesticated sheep breeds. They are well suited to the high altitudes and mountainous landscapes of New Zealand’s South Island high country, where temperatures can range from 35°C in summer to -15°C in winter. Merino is a breed of sheep famous for its fine, soft wool, and is the "gold standard" to which all other fibers are compared.

Yaks originated in the high Tibetan plateau, and were first brought to Mongolia by Buddhist monks who used them for transport on their pilgrimages. Mongolian yak down is a rare and unique natural fiber. Exotic and soft, yak fiber is warmer than Merino wool, breathable, and naturally water resistant. Have I mentioned how incredibly soft it is? :)

This listing is for one skein of Navajo-plied Bulky weight yarn, as shown.

Blend contains:
50% Yak down
50% Merino wool

138 yards
3.9 oz
7-8 wpi

This yarn was spun on my Lendrum ST wheel in a smoke free, pet friendly environment.

This yarn will felt, so if that's not your intention, be sure to handwash your finished garment gently in cool water and lay flat to dry.

If you would like it in a center pull ball, please let me know during checkout.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

For Yak blends, click here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/BlackSheepGoods/search?search_query=yak&order=date_desc&view_type=gallery&ref=shop_search

For Merino wool yarns currently in stock, click here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/BlackSheepGoods/search?search_query=merino+wool&order=date_desc&view_type=gallery&ref=shop_search

For all yarns, click here: http://blacksheepgoods.etsy.com

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