Kid Mohair / Silk
50 g = 420 meters (459 yards)
Colourway: Ray - is a warm canary yellow pairs beautifully with Barley, Amber, Beyul Steppe and Islington Ochre.
This delicious kid Mohair/ silk is the softest you'll ever feel, soft and warm against the skin. Not a fan of the usual grades of Kid Mohair yarn I've have sourced the softest possible fibre for this yarn.
[Monsoon Rain shawl by Mary-Anne Mace in Beyul Singles Balsam and Hythe Quartz, Magnolia from Laine Magazine in Hythe Quartz and Northiam fingering Thistle, my Stareflare cowl in Northiam DK Canvas/Hythe Snow, Swift & Shawl/Cormorant, my Rosebay hat in Hythe Quartz and Northiam DK Thistle.]
Mohair comes from the Angora goat. True Kid Mohair is usually the 1st and 2nd shearing of an Angora goat, at 6 and 12 months. This grade is the most expensive as the kids, being tiny, don’t have a large amount of fur (1-2 kg) and this represents the finest fibre possible for the breed. Some of the well known yarn out there labelled 'kid' is definitely not this grade, but coarser and scratchier. Read More ...
Please note that the colour settings on your monitor may not display hues accurately and that as a hand-dyed product the colour intensity can very from skein to skein. Please email me directly before purchasing if you have any colour concerns. Thanks!