Hand-painted, color-sequence SET of 3 skeins, sparkly, luxury merino/silk yarn in Roseberry
Knittique is now in its second year of producing exclusive, limited-edition hand-painted yarns for Colormusing, and this beautifully soft, merino and silk yarn with lots of subtly sparkly silver bits, is one of the unusual yarn types we specialize in!
The Roseberry Sequence is a SET OF 3 skeins that forms a stunning color progression ranging from deep rose pink to fuchsia to ripest plum. Each luxurious skein is hand-painted with multiple shades, creating a unique depth of color that reveals itself fully as you work with it. Gorgeous!
Yarn & color notes: Colors may look different on your device; contact us before ordering if you have questions about the colors. Also, the tiny silver bits are more noticeable in person than in the photos.
Color: HP0137-S Roseberry Sequence
Yarn name: Sparkly DK
Fiber: 75% merino wool/20% silk, 5% stellina (the soft sparkly bits)
Suggested needles: U.S. #5-7
Like this color palette? Get the palette, with color specifications and editable layers, to use in your own projects!
Skein weight: 100 g/3.5 oz.
Total yards per set: 540!
Gauge: U.S. #6 needle: 19 sts/25 rows = 4”
PLEASE NOTE: All yarns will be wound into center-pull balls before shipping, so they'll arrive ready-to-use! If you'd rather your yarn was left in skein form (as shown here), you must let us know when you place your order. Thank you!
Care: Hand-wash the goodies you make with this luxury yarn, in cool-to-lukewarm water with a gentle detergent. Do not agitate items; just let them soak. Squeeze soap out and rinse carefully in cool water; gently squeeze excess water out, then lay flat to dry.
Available for custom orders.
PROJECT IDEAS: Since this lovely silk has a matte finish rather than shiny, it will work well for casual warm-weather accessories; I can see this yarn in a beautiful little capelet, for example, or perhaps a pair of socks for your friends who can't wear wool? You can also use this yarn to make a fabulous scarf (1 skein should be enough, depending on your stitch, scarf width, etc.), or use 2 skeins to create a stunning shawl or wrap. There's also a FREE pattern for a lace scarf at Knittique.com!