This colorway comes straight out of our Monday morning staff meeting: coffee, laptops, and note-taking. Tones of black and silver gray over cream join coffee-stain brown and random splatters of teal and green. This colorway may also include occasional red spots on some of the skeins and bases, which are considered part of the colorway.
This colorway is a Babette: every skein and every batch is a bit different, but Babs has a method of recreating these artistic colorways. The photograph is an example of representative skeins from this colorway; the skein you receive may differ somewhat.
This colorway is also highly variable, so feel free to give us a call for a current description of what we have, or if you have any questions about the color.
Somewhere between a true laceweight and a fingering weight, we think of Yet as a "rustic" lace yarn, even though it's a sophisticated merino and silk blend. The slightly heavier grist of this yarn means it's easy to work with, especially for newer lace knitters. Yet wears well and continues to look good year after year. Try it in shawls and lightweight sweaters.
Size: 400 yd / 2.2 oz (365m / 62g) skeins
Content: 65% Merino wool, 35% Tussah silk
Gauge: Heavy lace weight. 8-10 stitches per inch knit on US 00-1, 8-10 stitches per inch crocheted on US 8-B, variable in lace work.
Care Instructions: Hand wash, dry flat.