Faery was inspired by this photo of the cliff dwellings of the Ancestral Puebloan people at Mesa Verde National Park captured by Steven Yabek.
There are two colorways — the variegated Luminaria and the semisolid Spruce Treehouse — as part of this collection and they are dyed on four bases, plus a braid of spinning fiber!
Halo Lace contains a 74/26 blend of Brushed Suri and silk, with 327 yards per 50g skein, ideal for stranding
Linen Merino Single Ply is comprised of 90% Superwash Merino and 10% linen in a high-twist single-ply fingering weight with 398 yards, ideal for spring/summer tops and shawls
80/20 Superwash Merino/Silk 2 ply fingering weight comes in 400-yard skeins and is ideal for shawls and garments with drape
Delightful DK is comprised of 100% Superwash Merino with 250 yards per 115g skein, perfect for sweaters and accessories
U.S.-grown Rambouillet Top spinning fiber comes in 4.2 oz. braids, perfect for variegated spinning and felting projects.
Click here to see previous Knitting Our National Parks colorways.
At this point I can only go on color - gorgeous! - and feel -SO squishy. Thank you!
Colors are vibrant and the fibers soft. Will be made into something great!
I absolutely love the color. Now to decide what to make with it that will showcase all the colors l!
This is one of my favorite parks. I was there when I was 14 and took my daughters there when they were 14. The colors and feel of the 80/20 merino/silk is so amazing. I have a huge stash of yarn but this will be wound into cakes tomorrow night and be my next project on the needles.
Honestly, you should have put a yellow Caution tape around this package. The variegated Luminaria is so beautiful I actually heard myself gasp when I opened it.
This is the reaction I always hope for when a squishy package arrives. And today, your colors took my breath away.
Thank you very much,