Dreams of the Sea has bright, rich blues and greens reminiscent of the sea.
This yarn base has all the delightful texture of a mohair yarn with none of the itch. It's made of baby suri alpaca and silk, and it has a wonderful halo similar to angora.
It can be used on its own or, as I have shown in the last photo, it can be used along with another yarn to add texture.
It is a lace-weight yarn, but because of the texture, I recommend using slightly larger knitting needles or crochet hooks than you typically would for lace.
The yarn comes in 50 gram skeins with 328 yards per skein.
Dreams of the Sea on Alpaca Lace Cloud
328 yards / 1.75 oz / 2 Plies
74% Baby Suri Alpaca / 26% Silk
Care: Hand wash cold and air dry.
Dreams of the Sea would look great with the same colorway on So Silky Sock. I made a pattern called the Knit and Chat Infinity Scarf pattern that uses one skein of Alpaca Lace Cloud and one skein of a fingering-weight yarn. If you would like me to include it with your yarn purchase, just mention it in the note when you check out.
The last photo shows a swatch I knit up in this colorway using Sparkly Merino Sock. It should give you an idea of how the colorway will work up, but keep in mind that how it looks will vary a lot depending on the pattern, the yarn base, and even the individual skein.
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