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Bugga! 70% superwash Merino wool/ 20% Mongolian cashmere/ 10% nylon 4.3 oz (121 grams) - 412 yds Limited Edition Colorway.
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Traveller 100% superwash Merino wool 4 oz (113 grams) - 280 yds Limited Edition Colorway.
Mithril 100% Merino wool 4 oz (113 grams) - 750 yds Limited Edition Colorway.
Zaftig! 70% superwash merino wool/ 20% Mongolian cashmere/ 10% nylon 4 oz - 196 yds Limited Edition Colorway.
Odyssey 100% superwash Merino wool 4 oz (113 grams) - 105 yds Limited Edition Colorway.
Let us invite you into the magical world of luxury yarn made from the finest fibers from around the globe, which are hand-dyed on the quaint and beautiful Eastern Shore of Maryland. From development to the dye pots, our products are created with an eye toward perfection & supreme quality, because the wonderful garments our knitters and crocheters are making should start with the most exquisite yarn on the needles.
Since the Eidos base yarn was created eight years ago, its name and concept has thrilled knitters with a background in Greek philosophy. All five of them. And the rest of you have been have been saying, "What's an Eidos?" It seems you are long overdue for an explanation behind our inspiration. Drawing from The Verdant Gryphon's love of philosophy and mythology, the Eidos brand is our tribute to Plato, and it refers to his theory of forms - the essence of things. Eidos fingering weight yarn was developed by The Verdant Gryphon with a unique fiber structure and form. At its essence, Eidos is the perfect yarn for intricate colorwork designs, but also has the versatility for everything from socks to... Continue Reading →
Oh, Odyssey! I'm so crazy about you. Ordinarily I gravitate towards finer yarns, but as the weather gets chillier and I seem to have less and less knitting time, big, soft, warm yarn that works up crazy fast is pretty appealing. But what really gets me with this base is the way it takes colour. You can actually make out different tones within a single twist. Kinda crazy. (Image shows Bumper Cars and Log Flume, both appearing in Monday's update.) So I've been perusing Ravelry for some scrumptious Odyssey knitting ideas, especially of smaller projects that could be whipped up quickly for gifts this time of year, and want to share some of my favourites: Wizzo cowl. You should really... Continue Reading →