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Olive calls it Elsa, but I refuse
Name: Olive calls it Elsa, but I refuse
Fiber: 50% baby (trust me, this makes a difference) alpaca, 25% silk, 25% linen
Weight: 2 ply. 438 yards per 100 grams sock weight.
Skein Size: 100 grams.
Care Instructions: Handwash this yarn gently only when necessary, lay flat to dry. Do NOT bleach
Dirty Details: So I dyed this awesome yarn for a friend, and I loved it so much that I dyed up a whole lot more. The yarn reminded me of zombie ice dragons with cold blue eyes and a giant wall of ice... and it was glorious... and loved it. Then the tiny one comes up and with one word all my dreams and mental images of ice dragons came crashing down and suddenly even though I tried really hard not to let it happen..... Olive calls this Elsa, but I refuse.
Yarn Base: I fell in love with this yarn while weaving. The tactile experience while handling it is something you will remember. It is cool in hand and smoooth to the touch thanks to the silk. The baby alpaca (and believe me when I say the baby part makes a difference) adds a softness and halo to the blend. Let us not forget about those amazing linen strands. Initially they will be noticeable and I beg you to resis the urge to pick at them because as you use this yarn or whatever you make from it the linen will experience a break in period and just add some dreamy strength and texture to this otherwise liquid soft yarn.
All my photos are taken in the best lighting that I have at that particular time. I live in a 100+ year old house and there is a 15 minute window of decent natural light if the sun cooperates. The only editing I do on photos is to correct the horrible white balance of my cave of a house and to portray the yarn in as true to real life as possible.
This yarn is ready to ship. Once an item is paid for your order will be carefully packaged by yours truly and shipped out within 3 business days of purchase. If there is any delay in shipment you will be contacted. We are a family run business and sometimes things come up, life, vacation, sickness, herding cats, etc.
Please share what you make with this yarn. I am mostly a weaver who also loves dyeing yarn. All my ramblings about the yarns really are truly how they came about and how they were named. So if you wanna share what you make please find us on social media and tag away #chaostheoryweaving on IG.