Monday, September 13, 2010

Wheat Fields

The other day I told you I had been dying some worsted weight yarns in golden tones. The yarns are dry and they are so beautiful. What makes them special is their tonal quality. It is a 3 ply merino, with 1 ply being a superwash resulting in the dyes being absorbed at a different rate. This creates an almost barberpole effect very similar to the appearance of a handspun with incredible tonal subtlety and harmony.



I could not help but see glorious wheat fields at harvest time in these skeins. I dyed 5 skeins in this dye lot, because I was thinking of the perfect yarn for the February Lady Sweater.


I have just added them to my Etsy Store. I am off to dye some more but this time for me!

4 comments:

Sharon V said...

The golden quality of the yarn is so beautiful! It's going to make a very beautiful February Lady sweater.

A said...

This is glorious!!!!!

SockPixie said...

Thanks to both of you!

Susan said...

This is one of my favorite colors. I hope you do more of this color in the future.