I finally got through with my Wild Blueberry projects and have started on my Wild in Wyoming crochet quilt. (I made that name up). I'm using DK weight because I don't want this to be too heavy. First block is a flower square using Lupine and it is so magnificent and beautiful and reminds me of the wildflowers up in the mountain where I ride my horse in the short summers. The yarn is soft and the colors true to the photos and they totally remind me of lupine, which grows abundantly at the higher elevations. Thank you for this gorgeous yarn.
Lupine is a brightly speckled colorway with primarily purples. You'll also find blue, magenta, yellow, and green in your hank of Lupine. 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.
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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Since the lupine is my favorite flower, I had to have this. The colors are gorgeous. I will definitely be back to order others.
Lupine is one of my favorite flowers and this yarn covers all the colors of the flower. Love the colors and the texture is awesome and the yarn smells wonderful as the dyer washes them with soap as a last step. This is a dyer that is meticulous in her attention to detail.
I live in the mountains of western Wyoming where lupine is abundant in the summer. It is one of my favorite flowers and this yarn is so gorgeous. I bought it to make something for someone else, but I changed my mind and am making a lap blanket for myself for the very long and dark winters we get here. It will remind me of summer to come. Customer service with this company is outstanding.
So I just did a pattern modification of a cowl and a hat in DK weight( held double) and fingering for the hat. It was squishy, soft, warm as I held it on my lap….so much to say. This colorway took me to my walks in my backyard and around my neighborhood because there are so many colors of lupine in their yard. I’m not sure if lupine is native to Fairbanks but the colorway is sooo amazing it makes me think of flowers in Fairbanks. The hues of yellow, purple, blue and pink are just tremendously well down. Okay I just wanted to add that when I tried on the finished items - it was just so soft on the skin and hair. Another job well done…thank you!!