Rachel was inspired by this frosty view of Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, captured by photographer and U.S. Army veteran Brian Johns, to create this lightly speckled icy blue colorway.
Jenny Lake will be dyed on three bases:Alfalfa, a luxurious 80/10/10 Superwash Merino/Cashmere/nylon heavy fingering-weight yarn with 382 yards per 100g skein, ideal for soft shawls, sweaters, cowls, hats and socksAmaranth, a toothy but soft non-Superwash Merino fingering with 436 yards per 100g skein, ideal for sweaters and colorwork accessoriesSoybean, a non-Superwash Merino DK-weight yarn with 245 yards per 100g skein, the perfect yarn for sweaters and winter accessories
*This is a preorder, available through December 27. Your yarn will ship at the end of January 2021.
Please note that your order will ship when all items are ready to be fulfilled. If you’d like an in-stock item sooner, please purchase it separately.
If you missed out on this preorder, extra skeins will be added to inventory when the order arrives. Click EMAIL WHEN AVAILABLE to be notified when this yarn is back in stock.*
Your stashing benefits a good cause: 10% of all sales will be donated to the National Park Foundation.
Click here to see previous Knitting Our National Parks colorways.
Knitting Our National Parks - Six and Seven Fiber - Preorder