Hand Dyed Yarn

Valerian - Hand dyed variegated yarn in berry pink, soft lilac purple, sage green and turquoise



  • Details
    Valerian, this limited colorway was the product of 'no dye left behind' and came together as a transitional variegation of berry pink, a light grayish purple, soft sage-y green and sapphire blue.

    Description of Bases, 1 skein of each available:

    Sparkle Sock Yarn Base:
    70% Superwash Wool, 20% Nylon, 10% Silver Stellina
    Fingering weight
    402 yds/ 367 meters
    3.5 oz/ 100 grams
    Sparkle Sock base, this yarn is glittery and lightweight, with just enough Stellina to add sparkle to the soft merino and nylon with adding scratchiness. This yarn is perfect for socks, shawls, tops, any accessory projects, and more.

    Wavy Bumpy Fingering Yarn Base:
    90% Superwash Merino Wool/10% Nylon
    Fingering weight
    3.5 oz/100 grams
    438 yards/ 400 meters
    Single ply
    Wavy Bumpy Fingering base, this yarn is a new and interesting single-ply yarn with tons of texture. Soft slubs of merino/nylon fibers are dispersed evenly over the entire length of each skein, adding a bobble effect to anything you create without effort. It’s a perfect yarn for cute baby items, shawls, fashion accessories and more. It can be used by itself or held double with other yarns to create some truly fun and unique projects.

    Everyday DK Yarn Base:
    75% Superwash Merino Wool, 25% Nylon
    DK weight
    245 yds/ 224 meters
    3.5 oz/ 100 grams

    Soft Worsted Yarn Base:
    100% Superwash Merino Wool
    Worsted weight
    220 yards/ 201 meters
    3.5 ounces/ 100 grams
    Soft Worsted base, this yarn is lofty and soft, and because it is superwash treated, very easy to care for. Ideal for baby garments, shawls, sweaters, blankets, or accessory projects.

    Machine wash gentle in cold water, tumble dry low. While the yarn is machine washable, I highly recommend washing by hand as the preferred method with wool wash and laying out flat to dry for lasting quality.

    Hand dyed using professional acid dyes. Due to the nature of this process, no two skeins are completely identical, though they are dyed together in small batches. Colors will vary between yarn bases and dye lots, so if using two or more skeins of one color in a project, it is recommended to work a few rows from each skein then switch.

    Colors may also vary between viewing monitors and know that I do make every effort to accurately depict the true colors of the yarn in each and every listing photo.
  • Reviews

    Reviews (1)


    So pretty - can't wait to work this up!