This includes our three natural, undyed colors that are skeined at 450 yards each (Dark, Variegated, and White – shown in the center) as well as our nine new bale dyed Skinnies skeins that are a smaller 225 yards each.
This yarn blends the finest fibers we work with at the Mill into a single ply yarn that works beautifully for fingering weight and sport weight projects. It blooms beautifully when blocked into a featherweight fabric that is comfortingly soft. The halo of fine kid mohair protects the stitches from wear, and invites you to run your hand along your garment enjoying its inviting softness.
|Guilford Shawl||Lopez Island Cap||Septor||Moorit Gansey|
|Gillette||Mercury Rising||Phoebe Cowl||Stony Point Cowl|
|Frilly Mobius Cowl||Mad River Cowl||Bunny Hill||Be Simple Shawl|
|Thermal Cap||Snowmelt Cowl||West River Wrap|
We have over a dozen patterns that were created with this yarn in mind including a brand new sleeveless Tunic made with crochet that we’ve released this morning! We’re pleased to introduce you to the Sign of Spring Top! This beautiful new pattern was designed by Moon Eldridge.
If you have any questions about our Simply Fine yarns or the pattern selection that we have listed above, we invite you to reach out to Larisa via GotoMeeting
8:30 and 6pm on Saturday with Meeting ID: 543-527-429
8:30 and 5pm on Sunday with Meeting ID: 150-812-365
She has most of our samples with her at home in her adorable sewing corner so she can show you our garments and answer your questions.
We hope that you enjoy browsing the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival Online Community this weekend and supporting your favorite small fiber related businesses that you would otherwise seek out at this festival.