September 8, 2014

DK State of Mind

It’s finally fall, leaves are changing, there is a crispness in the air, kids are back to school and June Pryce has added a new product to its already overflowing shop. Beavertail is a lovely 3-ply DK weight yarn of 85% Polwarth wool and 15% Silk. It has a wonderful hand, great stitch definition and is soft enough for next to the skin projects. While the shop has offered this DK base in full sized skeins, the Dyenamic Dyestress has decided that sock weight lovers should not get all of the fun and has begun dyeing the Beavertail into mini skein sets of its own — 600 yards (100 yards per mini) of gloriously colored sets.

Looking for ombre? No problem, check out “A Latte to Espresso” a gradient dye of warm browns.

Need color? Great! Try “Plum Orchid,” a comprehensive set starting at a medium pink and ending in a ripe plum.

Crisp air needs crisp colors? How about “Arctic Ice?” It’s a cool gradient of dark cerulean that slowly gets paler until it ends in just a whisper of crisp color.

No matter what you are looking for you will find it with June Pryce Fiber Arts. They will feed your fiber (or yarn) fetish!

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