So pretty! Mine has lots of speckles and colors throughout. Gorgeous yarn!
Birch is a speckled colorway with blacks, tan, and green speckles. This colorway is a part of the Alaska 2020 Collection.
Basic Sock: 75/25 Superwash Merino & Nylon; 462 Yards; 100 grams.
Basic Sock is our super strong, low pill sock weight yarn. This is your standard daily wear sock yarn.
Sparkle Sock: 75/20/5 Superwash Merino/Nylon/Stellina; 438 Yards; 100 grams.
A strong spun sock weight yarn with a tiny hint of glimmer spun into the yarn.
Basic DK: 75/25 Superwash Merino & Nylon; 245 Yards; 100 grams.
A super strong, low pill, DK base. Perfect for sweaters and accessories and blankets.
Basic Sport: 100% Superwash Merino Wool; 328 Yards; 100 grams.
Basic Sport is a beautiful 3 ply sport weight yarn with beautiful plies and a luminous shine.
Basic Worsted/Aran: 100% Superwash Merino Wool; 218 Yards; 100 Grams.
This fluffly Merino yarn is perfect for hats, sweaters, and anIything that you want to keep you extra warm and cozy.
Although most of our bases are superwash wool, I recomend that all finished projects are hand washed and layed flat to dry.
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One Birch left in my little woods... but I grew up with these trees, and so I knit a pair of mittens. Using a vintage pattern my mom used, I created something very special. I love the tiny flecks of green and the colors of the bark. So realistic!!
Another beautiful skein of sock yarn. I got the one with a bit of shimmer, as the other was out of stock, but I'm still thrilled with the colors.
Perfect amount of speckles in a lovely yarn . Will make a beautiful and warm hat.
The birch is such a versatile yarn for adding in other bold colors. This works so well with Fireweed, Sitka Spruce, Iris, and Grizzly, with Birch being a bit lighter than the Denali's prevailing gray. I will probably order another skein or two of Birch to keep on hand for multi-colored projects. The DK weight is incredibly soft, with the high wool content making it a performance yarn suitable for the backcountry here in Alaska.