Canadian hand dyer Rhichard Devrieze has yarn in his blood – his grandfather was a master dyer in the Netherlands.
He’s been involved with every aspect of yarn creation from raising Merino sheep to spinning to weaving – now he brings his experience to making gorgeous hand dyed yarns!
His 225 yard skeins of fingering weight 100% Merino come in an amazing variety of colors from semi-solids to stipples ($17 each) – photos don’t really do it justice but we’ll try!
Maddy definitely needs a tiny hipster sock hat in this yarn. I can’t put my fingers on a pattern so I will be making it up. Something like this but in baby size (this pattern is written for DK weight and not an option for this yarn without some modifications…)
Arthella found two awesome sock weight baby hat patterns that can be made slouchy:
With just 1-2 skeins, you can knit these adorable fingerless mitts:
This slouchy hat is free on Ravelry and calls for Koigu, which is very similar in look to Rhichard’s yarns: