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Earth & Sky Yarn Colorway - 2ply Hand-dyed Yarn
Earth & Sky Yarn Colorway - 2ply Hand-dyed Yarn
Earth & Sky Yarn Colorway - 2ply Hand-dyed Yarn
Earth & Sky Yarn Colorway - 2ply Hand-dyed Yarn
Earth & Sky Yarn Colorway - 2ply Hand-dyed Yarn

Earth & Sky Yarn Colorway - 2ply Hand-dyed Yarn

Regular price
$34.00
Sale price
$34.00
Quantity must be 1 or more

Our hand-dyed yarn packs come in several beautiful colorways so you can create a multi-colored garment or weaving from your favorite combinations! This is great yarn for making outer wear such as hats, mittens, scarfs, and socks, and for including into colorful weaving projects! You can see it knit or woven up in some of the items here in our shop.

This 2-ply yarn is spun up from a blend of Romney, Jacob, Coopworth and Border Leister fleeces. We shear each spring when the sheep have several inches of wool. The longer staple length makes a beautiful strong and lustrous yarn that'll wear very well.

Each Colorway Pack comes with 5 ounces & approx. 165 yards
Recommended knitting needle size: US 7-9

What you can make with our 5 oz. Colorway Packs...
:: An adult sized hat...there's even enough to add some earflaps for extra warmth!
:: Two children's hats
:: A good sized scarf
:: A large pair of mittens or gloves, or two sets of children's mittens or gloves
:: And whatever else your creative imagination may come up with!

The yarn is hand dyed on our farm in three pound batches using Greener Shades Heavy Metal Free Acid Dyes.

About our flock:

Our sheep are a highlight to our everyday. They are friendly, and always happy to greet you with a nose kiss (okay, maybe there are a few that prefer to just walk away when the offer arises). They receive plenty of good fresh country air, clean water, fresh grass, and organic hay that we cut here on the farm every spring and summer. They love eating treats like organic barley or oats, kelp, and kale. Furthermore, they always get lots of special attention later in the year when all us fiber enthusiasts on the farm can't keep our fingers out of the wool on their backs!