NEW Beyul SINGLES!
I’m introducing Beyul SINGLES this week! From Baby Yak • Silk • ethically sourced superwash Merino, this super soft, light fingering is made from one ply of fibre, which makes it delicate and best suited to light use items that will not see a lot of abrasion like shawls and hats.
The 100g skeins hold a huge 480 m / 522 y, perfect for a big shawl.
The available hues are:
yurt, iceberg, rhubarb
I’ve only dyed 5 skeins of each colour for this update, but the listings have been set to allow back orders whilst I gauge the interest for this blend. Once the available skeins are gone you can continue to purchase and I will fill all orders by the end of November.
PLEASE NOTE: I recommend singles for low-abrasion items only as they are much more delicate than multi-plied Beyul, and will pill as a result.
steppe, yurt, iceberg
Also new this week in thick, warm Beyul DK is beautiful duck’s egg, Iceberg. I’ve started Sharman in Bristol Ivy’s new book, Knitting Outside the Box and the blend is perfect for the lace pattern.
It is SO addictive and such a pleasure to knit, watching the luscious, sculptural petals form in this deliciously thick yarn. This light icy blue really plays up the blend’s heathered construction and the silk highlights the texture. Perfection.
Sharman image © Amy Gwatkin
Steppe, Black Quartz, Yurt and Delft have also recently been restocked and there are a good range of hues to pick from for your own Sharman. Find them all in shop now.
from top left: Balsam, Boysenberry, Black Quartz, Jade, Yurt, Steppe, Iceberg, Fleur, Delft.