Prairie Crocus, Sock Weight Yarn, Mohair-Wool-Nylon Blend
PRAIRIE CROCUS is a Sock Weight Yarn60% Mohair, 20% Wool, 20% Nylon
A fantastic sock yarn! This has all the beauty of mohair and wool, along with the added strength of nylon. It has a slight halo and is likely to bloom a little after washing. It will work into lovely garments, look good in lacy projects, and of course make divinely cozy comfy socks!
These skeins were spun (in a Canadian fibre mill) using the fleeces from our angora goats (adults). Their fleeces were blended with fine wool ( Charollais cross Dorset) for added memory to help your garments keep their shape and with nylon
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Our fingering-sock weight yarns are named for the Provincial flowers of Canada.
Yarn name: PRAIRIE CROCUS
We named this yarn Prairie Crocus ( Manitoba Flower) : This tiny flower is one of the first to bloom in spring. Surprisingly strong in spite of its delicate appearance, it presses up through frozen soil to give a bright promise of the warmth to come, bravely budding and blossoming in the midst of the last of winter's snow. This yarn is soft to the touch but with its blend of fibres will prove as hardy and strong as the Prairie Crocus!
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