Another grouping of Orphan Skeins, unused high quality yarn that are looking for a good home.
These have been tucked away for a while and unfortunately the labels are a bit disheveled; the yarn itself is top-notch though.
We offer these, as with all of our Orphan Skeins, at a significant discount (at least 15%) while supplies last.
This is Koigu KPPPM yarn, a handpainted yarn of 100% merino wool, 175 yards (160m) per 50g skein. The yarn is plied and shows stitch work beautifully.
Koigu generally does not give their colors names so I am referring to them by their numbers and giving a word description of each:
1. #719 is a variegated color, mostly aqua and turquise, with speckles and dots and dashed of other lovely cool hues including deep red-violet and teal and purple and a highlight here and there of chartreuse. A really lovely look.
2. #756 is another speckled variegated colorway. This time the overall look is of pinks and roses, with shots of lilac and blue and speckles of fuchsia and aqua. A gentle feeling.