Spincycle Yarns Dyed In The Wool
The gals at Spincycle Yarns have fulfilled their dream to merge the beauty and texture of a handspun yarn with a more efficiently produced millspun yarn. Because the fiber is dyed before it's spun, colors meet and part ways in stunning, unique combinations. The overall effect is of a balanced, seamless yarn with slow and dramatic color transitions. Each skein is unique, so if you're planning a larger project, allow for nuance.
We love how two contrasting colorways create the stunning Issa Cowl by Kate Burge and Rachel Price. The project is knit in the round on size #6 16 or 20-inch circular needles with 1 skein each of two contrasting skeins. While supplies last, we will include the postcard pattern free with your yarn purchase.
The Clementine Cowl by Kate Burge and Rachel Price showcases another beautiful piece that works with two contrasting colorways. The slipped stitch polka dot pattern is an easy way to add dramatic effect to this stockinette cowl. You'll need 1 skein each of two colorways and size #6 24-inch circular needles. The pattern is available for purchase on ravelry.com.
Fiber: 100% superwash American wool
Length: 200 yards
Gauge/Needle Size: 5-8 sts = 1 inch on US #2-7 needles
Care: Hand or machine wash gently, lay flat to dry.