Knit with 100% handspun, kettle dyed merino wool for a handmade product from start to finish! This oversized beret has a slouchy silhouette for a fashionable, cozy look.
Scarf in merino blend wool, mint cream color hand knitted in perpendicular bands. It is an original piece inspired by the current trend of welt and ribs.
Somehow, this yarn always reminds me of the Doctor’s first companion in the new TV show of Doctor Who. She wears these dusky-pink mittens in one scene, her name is Rose, and as the story progresses, her character develops more depth, and there’s also a kind of darker side to her. If you know the series, just think about her looking into the heart of the Tardis! If you haven’t seen any of the new Doctor Who yet, you should consider it ;-)
I spun this beauty from my own hand carded fibre blend, containing softest merino wool of a dusky grey/anthracite, shiny black mulberry silk, and fine merino wool of cardinal red, rosewood (some kind of dusky pinkish red), and dark tealish green. I spun in purple satin roses and organza ribbons, and slightly glittery black thread carrying facetted black glass beads.
Big, large, oversized wrapping scarf hand knitted in a gorgeous tea rose merino wool. So soft and warm for the next cold days!
Hand-knit, tea rose scarf in merino wool. Warm yet lightweight, the perfect everyday complement! Hand-knit items have greater loft than machine-knit, providing extra warmth and breathability. Because they’re also more flexible, hand-knit items will tend to last longer than those that are mass-produced.
Color: tea rose
Merino wool (100%)