Monday, August 6, 2007

Achieving critical mass

You know how when water turns to ice, a critical mass of the water molecules have to be at zero degrees celcius before the ice crystals can start to form? My yarn is like that too. I need to have a certain number of disparate hanks of yarn is various colourways before sweater sets can start to form.

I seem to have achieved critical mass.

I dye enough fleece in a batch now to make 4 hanks of each colourway, and it takes at least 6 hanks to make an adult medium sized sweater. I have enough yarn to make 3 or 4 different sweaters in different colour themes. Check them out:

CHICK HABIT( LIGHT):


CHICK HABIT (DARK):


RED MENACE:


DIVE IN THE WATER'S FINE:


LIGHT REDS:


Some of this yarn is posted, and some of it isn't. If you see something you like, just email me or convo me on Etsy and ask about it. I'm more than happy to send you group shots of many hanks of yarn, grouped artistically.

As a bonus: if you buy 6 or more skeins of yarn, I'll knock 10% off the price.

2 comments:

Andrea said...

Oh, that really is just so yummy! I really need to take up knitting... We met at the Grind a few weeks ago, I'm the needle felted monsters girl!

YummyYarn said...

Oh hey! Your monsters were awesome, so soft and yet slightly frightening (as monsters should be).