Back in space! Sweater weather is just around the corner, and we are excited to have a fresh restock of one of our favorite durable yarns for garments and fall accessories. This hand-dyed yarn has beautiful depth of color in rich tonal and lightly variegated colorways. Hand-dyed in Seattle, this soft and springy superwash Merino blend has just a touch of nylon for added durability. And since it’s superwash, it’s perfect for quick baby knits!
- DK weight
- 275 yards
- 5.5-6 stitches = 1″, US 5-7 needle
- Recommended care: Handwash with wool friendly soap in tepid water. Lay flat to dry. May be machine washed on gentle cycle and machine dried at low temperature.
We have an impressive spectrum of colors available for your inspiration!
Our staff picked some of their favorite new and classic patterns to inspire your next project!
Simple Gifts by Dee O’Keefe
This gorgeous new shawl by local designer Dee O’Keefe uses simple lacy details the pop in the tonal colors of Lively DK. Two skeins will make the smaller shawl, or grab three to make the larger wrap!
Pressed Flowers by Amy Cristoffers
This brand-new design has captivated all of the yarnistas! Choose two high contrast colors for a fun shawl that uses simple mosaic knitting to create the floral motif. You will need two skeins of each color!
Speckles and Spice Top by Tammy Gore
Why choose one color when you can choose 4? This fun crop top is a great introduction to colorwork, and sure to be a wardrobe standout. Layer it over your favorite jeans or dresses as the temperatures drop.
The Beeswax Hat by Amy van de Laar
This is one of those patterns you’ll want to knit again and again (Teddy has made it at least three times.) Plus there are matching cowl and mitts patterns so that you can make yourself an entire accessory set! Two skeins will make a matching hat and cowl set.
Tecumseh by Caitlin Hunter
This oversized and comfy sweater with simple graphic motifs is simple to knit and effortless to wear. Choose a background color with two contrast colors.