I have been more than a little swamped lately, with non-Phydeaux priorities (gasp – non-Phydeaux???). So I’m combining two yarn updates this week – one that has been waiting for photos and one that is freshly dyed one of a kinds.
I don’t have photos yet, but here’s a teaser of what to expect:
- Single ply 100% merino wool – worsted weight – in the shifting colors of maple leaves in Autumn. Soft reds with undertones of gold, amber, burnt orange, cocoa and whispers of pale grey. Four skeins!
- Worsted weight superwash wool in gold, amber, pumpkin, ochre, pine and spruce green and teal: Autumn Verdigris! Four skeins, unless I succumb to temptation and keep one. 🙂
- Same fiber in gold, amber, turquoise, and hints of teal: Autumn Patina! One skein only – I did succumb to temptation and keep one!
- Sock yarn in Blue Faced Leicester/Nylon: Pale Embers (the last of this colorway). Pale peaches, apricots, corals, camels, greys. Two skeins.
- Four one of a kinds in superwash fingering weight: winter blue/aqua (pale washes of color), perwinkle/lilac/pale blue with sprinkles of sapphire blue, washes of greens with vivid glazes in gold and chartreuse, and – finally – soft forest colors in mocha and coffee brown, pine green, storm blue, teal, and other whispers and glazes of color.