Don’t you love Pinterest? I absolutely do and for the last year a ton of really beautiful photos of succulents have been in my feed. My mom was thoughtful as always and bought me a succulent shortly after I moved. After 6 months, the poor plant is shriveled up and dead… I have no idea why, I researched succulents and thought I did everything right. Anyway, this is my ode to that poor plant because I can take care of yarn.
As a blend of 70% Baby Alpaca and 30% Silk, this luxurious hand dyed yarn is perfect for your next shawl or sweater. Plus, with 880 yards per skein, you can totally get a shawl with just one!
When it’s time to wash, seriously take care of this amazing yarn. I recommend using a wool soak and follow the hand washing instructions on the soak (my favorite are the kind you don’t have to rinse), and dry flat.
Please keep in mind that all hand dyed are a little different and that is what makes them beautiful. Additionally, monitor colors can vary.