Ali of Explorer Knits + Fibers was inspired by this photo of an adorable pika spotted along the Savage River Loop Trail at Denali National Park and Preserve in Alaska by wildlife photographer David Turko.
Two colorways — the speckled Mountain Floof and a semisolid pink called Rosehip — will be dyed on the appropriately-named Denali Sock, a blend of 80% Superwash Merino and 20% nylon with a 2-ply twist, perfect for socks but soft enough for shawls and sweaters. There are 400 yards per 100g skein.
Click here to see previous Knitting Our National Parks colorways.
Colors on the website were much more vibrant than in person. The order took a long time to receive.
This yarn is so beautiful.
Amazing colors. Squishy soft yarn. Quick shipping. Satisfied customer, ME!
The colors of the yarns are amazing. Rosehip is indescribable shades of not really red, pink, coral or rust; it's just unique. And Mountain Floof, besides having a fun name, has lovely muted shades of beige, rose, and green, and it has speckles. What more could you ask?!!