Dyed-to-Order // Dear Friend Shawl
25% of all profits from the sales of these Dear Friend kits from now through September 30th will be donated to RAICES.
RAICES’ mission is to help separated families, detained families, unaccompanied minors, and others who are seeking asylum in the United States.
This is a Dyed-to-Order listing for the yarns featured in my Dear Friend Shawl sample.
The sample shown was knit in the Pumpkin Juice and Mother Ginger colorways; but you may choose any Sugarplum Circus colorway(s) you’d like.
The color combos shown in this listing are for inspiration. You are welcome to choose one of them or create your own Dear Friend combo.
Please list your desired colorway(s) in the Notes section at checkout.
To create a faded version like my sample, you will need 2 skeins of Merino 4-ply, and 1 skein of Merino DK.
One skein of Merino 4-ply will be the lighter colorway (Pumpkin Juice as shown).
One skein of each Merino 4-ply and Merino DK will be the darker colorway (Mother Ginger as shown).
To create the solid version in the pattern, you will need 1 skein of Merino 4-ply and 1 skein of Merino DK.
Merino 4-ply : 100% Superwash Merino // 438 yards per 100g skein
Merino DK : 100% Superwash Merino // 231 yards per 100g skein
The Dear Friend Shawl is a design by Rachael Reese of September Knits.
Please see the pattern listing on Ravelry by clicking on THIS LINK for additional information; as well as to purchase the pattern.
This is a Dyed-to-Order listing, and will be shipped within 2-5 weeks of placing your order.
Any Ready-to-Ship items purchased in the same transaction will be held and shipped at the same time as your Dyed-to-Order items.
All yarns are rinsed thoroughly and washed with Eucalan, a gentle and conditioning wool wash.
Saturated and/or bright colorways may still be prone to color runoff when washed.
Always swatch multi-color projects to test for color runoff. Choosing colorways in harmony with each other will yield the best results.
Handwashing your yarns in COLD water with a gentle wool wash is recommended.