I recently finished this simple but striking scarf using a yarn made from baby alpaca, silk, and extra-fine merino called Techno. It has a gorgeous, luminous grey color and a delicately fuzzy texture. I really love these fibers! I came up with this minimalistic design for something interesting yet basic. This scarf is available now at my shop on Etsy.
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Available now at my Etsy shop! I love the colors in this little merino cowl, and I loved every minute of knitting it. Cozy and soft, but not too bulky, this will be a great piece for spring and fall, and any other time you just want to keep the chill off.
I recently finished this custom-order scarf in heavenly undyed baby alpaca and undyed merino wool. Incredibly soft and cozy, these yarns are one of my favorites to work with. The finished dimensions of this piece were 10″ x 72″. If you are interested in finding out about a custom order, please visit my shop on Etsy. Thanks for stopping by!
All my pieces are handmade by me. I love sourcing local, natural fibers, and other yarns produced by ethical small-business makers. Ask me about a custom order through my Etsy shop, and you can know that the item you are purchasing meets all your standards.
I love the local wool yarns I used in this knit shawl as much for their subtle beauty as for the beautiful way in which they were made. Humanely and sustainably grown on micro-farms, milled, spun, and organically dyed all right here in western Washington State by Insouciant Fibers, Local Color Fiber Studio, and Abundant Earth Fiber, these are 100% natural. I even travel on foot (and public transportation) to shop at my local yarn shops. 🙂 This could be the brighter future of clothing, if we can learn to buy less, choose better, and shop small.