480 yards / 125 grams / 90% Superwash Merino 10% Nylon / 2-ply
This yarn can stand alone for a lace pattern or be doubled to use in a DK weight pattern. It is great for shawls, socks, sweaters, hats, etc. You name it and a great fingering yarn will do it. That’s why I named this amazing yarn “Virginia.” This is an excellent choice for all sorts of projects because the merino gives you next-to-skin softness and the nylon adds strength and durability. Because it is superwash, it will be easier to wash and reblock than regular wool, with less risk of felting with heat and agitation. These skeins are slightly larger than the typical 100g skein of fingering weight yarn.
This yarn represents the state that I now call home. The state of Virginia is where I got my dye start and learned to appreciate the ocean to the mountains. I’ve come to learn that the people are passionate and can be strong when needed and gentle when required. A state where "y’all" is a subject, noun, and verb will always have character and love.