Fyberspates Cumulus is the yarn of choice for A Year of Techniques Project 2: Intarsia.
Alpaca and silk, oh wow. These little dumplings of yarn weigh so little that they seem magical, a little impossible. How can something so ephemeral be enough to knit with?
But when we use them to make Bristol Ivy’s inventive Brambling Shawl, the result is a glorious swath of intarsia that manages to be both airy and warming at the same time.
It’s a new yarn to us, so we’re especially happy to be offering it to you. If you’ve worked with mohair/silk blends, this is even softer.
Specs & Details
There is a reason they named this stuff “Cumulus.” It’s as close to a cloud as we’ve encountered in a yarn: a tender blend of alpaca and silk that makes you want to talk very quietly and go meditate
or write in lower-case letters
or even lower-case italics
ssssssh y’all i’m knitting with fyberspates cumulus
It’s a perfect yarn for springtime.
We offer Fyberspates Cumulus here in two colorway kits—five shades per colorway—to go with Project 2 in A Year of Techniques, the Brambling Shawl by Bristol Ivy.
Note: this is for the yarn kit only.
The pattern for the Little Tern Blanket appears in the book A Year of Techniques. The print edition of the book (which includes a download code for the ebook) is available right here in our Shop. An ebook of A Year of Techniques is available on Ravelry.
Learn more about the whole program for A Year of Techniques here.