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This listing is for one skein of Fuchsia Three100% Cashmere recycled yarn. This color a rich red violet that reminds me of the beautiful fuchsia flower. With a WPI of 27, this is a lace weight yarn. This cashmere has wonderful loft. Like all cashmere this yarn is amazingly soft, warm, and lightweight. The yarn is composed of a single strand of 2 ply yarn. Remember you can always work with multiple strands to make up a "thicker" yarn. This is how many thicker sweaters are knit commercially. This yarn was recycled from a gently used Mainbocher sweater, carefully unraveled, wound into skeins, washed and dried unweighted. The last photo is of all the skeins from this sweater. Each skein is sold individually.

My home is non-smoking but cat friendly.
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100% Cashmere
WPI 27 (wraps per inch)
Lace weight yarn

I found two knots in this skein. I do my best, but occasionally I miss a knot.
Weight 20 grams or 0.7 ounces.
Estimated yardage 329 yards

I am happy to wind this as a ball as a free service, please let me know if you prefer a ball or a skein during checkout. All wool yarns are best stored in a skein without tension. If you will be working with the yarn immediately, a center-pull ball is easiest to work from.

Recycled Yarn, Fuchsia Three Lace Weight Cashmere, 329 Yards


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