If you love a fun, artisanal green blue hand spun yarn, then this skein is for you.
This yarn was spun by me from my own hand dyed wool top, a lovely BFL and bio-nylon blend that I just adore. I used a worsted technique, so the yarn looks shiny and the colours come off well defined.
BFL is a medium-staple wool that shows off shine really well, and paired with the sturdy (but eco-friendly) bio-nylon, you have the perfect match of strength and beauty, perfect for any harder wearing project.
The green blue hand spun yarn is mostly a Fingering weight, with some Worsted weight areas. It has a chain-plied construction, making it rounded like a 3-ply yarn but keeping the original colour structure of my hand dyed wool top. Speaking of colours, I just love the blues and greens, they’re different enough to be variegated but not so much that there’s too much contrast – perfect for someone who doesn’t like to stand out too much. Want the opposite effect? Pair it with another, bright-colour skein!
There is a total of 184 yards/168 meters approximately for you to knit, crochet or weave something lovely with.
About handspun yarn
Hand spun yarns are full of character. They have variable textures throughout the thread because they are 100% made by human hands and, therefore, their weight (“thickness”) can vary a little or a lot, depending on the spinner’s intention.
When crafting with handspun, you are picking up the spinner’s work, continuing the fibre’s journey, and making it your own.
Be a part of this amazing handmade artistry.
A note on colour accuracy
Please be aware that product colours may vary according to different screen settings. Despite colours showing true on my monitor, I have no way of ascertaining what it might look on yours.