new yarn!

I’ve tried a new Etsy store!  Here are the yarns I purchased:

welthase yarn

Welthase yarn is dyed in Germany and it’s lovely!  I balled it up using my ball winder (well, Chris wound it, I used my knees and arms to act as a swift) and there were no knots in any of the hanks (NO KNOTS!!!).  I got 600m of the lace merinosilk in coral,  800m in lace supersilk in silver, and 262m of BFL sporty DK in shimmering grey.  The yarn is very soft, particularly the supersilk!

I have plans for each of these — a knit project and a crochet project — and I’ll have leftovers of some of them.  I’ll update later on how they are while working on a project.  I can’t wait to get started!

That’s all for now, thanks for stopping by!

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Comments

  1. Great discovery! no knots is a super super thing!
    I am looking forward to see what you will knit with it.
    Your clamshell blanket is gorgeous and grows so fast!
    Miss

  2. Beautiful yarns! And all in one long strand, that is awesome! Can’t wait to see what you create with them.

  3. The coral color is stunning! I shall be going to check out your new store find! WOW, finding hand spun yarns without knots is amazing!!

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