Lichen and Lace Superwash Worsted
When we say “no two alike,” we mean it! Each skein is its own little garden of color—Megan’s distinctive eye for color is what these skeins are about. We guarantee a beautiful mix, but we can’t promise exactly what the proportions of color will be in your skeins.
Marsh Lily: the name of this hand-dyed yarn makes us think that Marsh Lilies are bright, beautifully nuanced flowers in real life.
Wild Flowers: Exuberant greens and purples and reds. A garden in a skein.
Specs & Details
Nature in a skein. Megan Ingman is up to some beautiful color sorcery with her Lichen and Lace Superwash Worsted yarn. We made a hat with this yarn—Hunter Hammersen’s Circumvolute—and we loved it so much that we had to bring in a small batch of it for all you other hat-making, color-loving knitters. We can imagine all sorts of cowls, scarves, and mitts with this yarn. Of course, Ann has lost her mind and is making entire Easel Sweaters out of it, from Field Guide No. 3: Wild Yarns. She’s finishing her third Easel Sweater using Lichen and Lace Superwash Worsted, and it’s not clear that she’s going to stop anytime soon.