DtO 252: Coneflower on Silk/Linen/Seacell/Bamboo Yarn Custom Dyed-to-Order

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DtO 252: Coneflower on Silk/Linen/Seacell/Bamboo Yarn Custom Dyed-to-Order

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Handmade

Materials

tussah silk and linen yarn, mulberry silk and linen yarn, bamboo yarn, mulberry silk and seacell yarn, mulberry silk and bamboo yarn, cobweb lace fingering sport dk, procion mx dyes

Brilliantly happy, in shades of hot pink and fuchsia, grape and violet, speckled in orange and tangerine. Named for Echinacea, those cheerful flowers native to the North American plains, with their purply pink petals and spiky orange centers - good for more than just the common cold!

Images above show this colorway on these yarn bases:
TL | PB{hl}, FS{l}, SS{l}, TL | PB{hl} | FS{l} | SS{l} | TL

::What are all these yarn bases?::
Yardage and fiber content for each of my bases is listed in the "About" section of this shop. Go to https://www.etsy.com/shop/dyedianadye#about and make sure you click the "More" link. Or, just scroll to the very bottom of this page to see them in my FAQs.

::Can I see more pictures?::
Color details, including more photos and links to projects are here: https://www.ravelry.com/discuss/dyedianadye/3206134/76-100#81 - if you're not a Ravelry member, join! It's free and wonderful.

I will happily cake your yarn! See this listing to order: https://www.etsy.com/dyedianadye/listing/247281984/

::What about new colorways? And are there scheduled updates?::
In addition to some special events, there are regular releases of brand new colors directly to Dye-to-Order. If you're a Ravelry member, visit https://www.ravelry.com/groups/dyedianadye to be in the know and join the conversation.

::How should I care for my yarn?::
Hand washing is recommended. The dyes I use are low-impact Procion MX fiber reactive dyes in a cold water process, randomly distributing color, sometimes in multiple baths to produce a glazed and layered effect. There is no regular striping or predictable pooling. In the silk blend yarns, both the silk and plant fibers take up the color. You may have a slight coloring of water in the first bath, but the color of your yarn will not change.

Colors strike and move differently on different fibers. In addition, color movement and flow will vary from base to base and lot to lot and skein to skein. If your garment requires more than a single skein, consider alternating between skeins.

And, thank you for visiting!
Brilliantly happy, in shades of hot pink and fuchsia, grape and violet, speckled in orange and tangerine. Named for Echinacea, those cheerful flowers native to the North American plains, with their purply pink petals and spiky orange centers - good for more than just the common cold!

Images above show this colorway on these yarn bases:
TL | PB{hl}, FS{l}, SS{l}, TL | PB{hl} | FS{l} | SS{l} | TL

::What are all these yarn bases?::
Yardage and fiber content for each of my bases is listed in the "About" section of this shop. Go to https://www.etsy.com/shop/dyedianadye#about and make sure you click the "More" link. Or, just scroll to the very bottom of this page to see them in my FAQs.

::Can I see more pictures?::
Color details, including more photos and links to projects are here: https://www.ravelry.com/discuss/dyedianadye/3206134/76-100#81 - if you're not a Ravelry member, join! It's free and wonderful.

I will happily cake your yarn! See this listing to order: https://www.etsy.com/dyedianadye/listing/247281984/

::What about new colorways? And are there scheduled updates?::
In addition to some special events, there are regular releases of brand new colors directly to Dye-to-Order. If you're a Ravelry member, visit https://www.ravelry.com/groups/dyedianadye to be in the know and join the conversation.

::How should I care for my yarn?::
Hand washing is recommended. The dyes I use are low-impact Procion MX fiber reactive dyes in a cold water process, randomly distributing color, sometimes in multiple baths to produce a glazed and layered effect. There is no regular striping or predictable pooling. In the silk blend yarns, both the silk and plant fibers take up the color. You may have a slight coloring of water in the first bath, but the color of your yarn will not change.

Colors strike and move differently on different fibers. In addition, color movement and flow will vary from base to base and lot to lot and skein to skein. If your garment requires more than a single skein, consider alternating between skeins.

And, thank you for visiting!

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