Watermelon Jelly is my absolute favorite treat. I even make a delicious watermelon jelly chicken dish. Naturally, I couldn't help but put her on wool too!
Fae Feet- 70% Superwash Merino Wool/20% Nylon/10% Stellina, fingering 400 yd/100g
Heathen Squish Dk- 100% Fine Superwash Merino wool, dk, 246yd/100g
Chalice- 100% Superwash Wool, worsted 220 yd/100g
Mage- 100% Fine Organic Merino Wool nonsuperwash fingering, 100g/437yd
Glyph- 75% Superwash Merino Wool/ 25% Nylon, fingering 437 yd/100g
Broomstick- 100% Highland Peruvian Wool sport, 274yd/100g
Ascension- 100% Superwash Merino Wool, worsted, 250 yd/100g
Veil- 80% Kid Mohair/20% Polyamide, lace, approx 927 yd/100g
Wand- 100% Highland Peruvian Wool worsted, 220yd/100g
Boline- 80% Fine Superwash Highland Wool/ 20% Polyamide DK, 225 yd/100g
Magician's Feet- 80% Wool/20% Angora, nonsuperwash fingering 219 yd/50g
Staff- 100% Merino wool, nonsuperwash dk, 246yd/100g
PLEASE NOTE: I use acid dyes &, though I rinse very thoroughly, some light bleeding may occur at first wash. Non-superwash yarns should be hand washed gently in cold water to avoid felting.
No two skeins will look exactly the same due to the human nature of hand dyeing, and hand dyed yarn has a tendency to vary between dye lots but also within the same dye lot. Colorways will also vary from base to base because of different fiber content, plies, and whether the wool is treated or untreated. Because of the nature of untreated (nonsuperwash) wool, colors will show less vividly on these bases and the speckles will spread more and have more of a watercolor effect than a crisp dot look. Please use the photos as a reference for how the color will look across bases.
Dyed in a pet-free, smoke-free environment.
Yarn is photographed to the best of my ability in order to show true colors, but due to monitor settings, etc, there may be slight differences.