Cloud (named so for obvious reasons) is my latest yarn – aka Kid Silk Lace, it is made from 72% kid mohair and 28% silk. Recently there have been many patterns written for Mohair, having had a resurgence in popularity recently (I am actually writing for this yarn held together with Mulberino 4ply at the moment, more on that to follow). It is light and fluffy and at 420m/50g skein it goes a long way.
I dye all of these colours regularly, but if the colour you want is showing as out of stock, or you want a larger quantity you can order it here and I will dye it for you at no extra cost. There is a minimum of 2 skeins per colourway. Alternatively you can join the waitlist to receive an email when it’s back in stock.
A few things to bear in mind when using hand dyed yarn:
- No two skeins are ever the same, even if they have been dyed in the same pot. If consistency is important and/or to prevent colour pooling I strongly recommend you knit with two skeins and alternate every other row, particularly on larger projects. If you only have one skein, then you can use both ends at once.
- Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure colour-fastness, there is a chance that some residual dye may remain (this is normal – think jeans…) I suggest hand washing all garments in cool water prior to being worn and keep bright colours separate. I also advise against soaking your finished item as the colours can bleed.
- It is not possible to work directly from a skein/hank. It must be wound into a ball before use, or will get into a terrible tangle. For more information on how to do this there are hundreds of videos on YouTube. Alternatively for a small fee I can do it for you here.
|Yarn Weight||2 ply lace weight|
|Composition||72% Kid Mohair 28% Silk|