shop update #1
I am SO EXCITED to announce that I will now be selling my own hand-dyed yarn right here on my website. You can see what I have available right now by clicking on the "shop" tab at the top of the site. All of my bases are named after places near the Dorchester, Massachusetts area where I live and work.
Right now, I have three bases available:
Dorchester 2-Ply: this fingering weight yarn is a blend of 80% superwash merino and 20% nylon, with 400 yards/365 meters per 100 gram skein. I've used this to make a shawl, and it's incredibly soft and springy yarn.
Quincy Sock: this 4-ply sock/fingering weight yarn is a strong mix of 75% superwash blue faced leicester wool and 25% nylon. Somewhat more toothy than merino, but very smooth, this yarn comes in a generous put-up of 464 yards/424 meters per 100 gram skein.
Roxbury 4-Ply: this luxury fingering weight yarn combines 80% superwash merino, 10% cashmere, and 10% nylon. The cashmere content makes this base incredibly soft and warm, perfect for next-to-skin items like cowls, hats, and socks. Or, of course, super fancy garments. It comes in 100 gram skeins containing 435 yards/398 meters.
I will be adding a 3-ply sport weight soon as well - I'm so looking forward to seeing projects grow out of these skeins! They're like my little babies, getting to be all grown up.