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This listing is for one skein of Pale Pink 100% 2 ply cashmere recycled yarn. This color is a soft light pink color. Pinks vary a lot in hue depending on the "parent" red that they are mixed with. This pink might have had a rusty red as the "parent" color, if that makes sense. It is a bit more subdued that a pale tint of standard red would be. This yarn is of excellent quality and like all cashmere this yarn is soft, warm, and lightweight. The yarn is composed of a single strand of 2 ply yarn and is a lace weight yarn. Remember that you can work with more than one strand to "make" a thicker yarn. This is how many of the thicker sweaters are knit commercially. It would make a great yarn for any next to skin item. This yarn was recycled from a gently used Coldwater Creek sweater, carefully taken apart, wound into skeins and gently washed, then hung unweighted to dry.

I did find one knot in this skein. I do my best, but it is possible for me to miss a knot.
My home is smoke free, dog free, but cat friendly.
All monitors vary in how colors are displayed, so the color of this yarn may vary slightly in your monitor.

Skein #5
100% cashmere
WPI 30/31 (wraps per inch)
Weight 42 grams or 1.5 ounce
Estimated total Yardage 580 yards

I am happy to wind this skein into a center pull balls as a free service. PLEASE indicate whether you prefer balls or skeins during checkout. Yarn is best stored in skeins without tension. If using immediately, working from a center-pull ball is easiest.

Pale Pink recycled cashmere yarn 580 yards


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