This yarn was by a beautiful painting by Monet. The entire name of the painting is as follows: "Monet's Houses of Parliament, London, with the Sun Peaking through the Fog."
It's a worsted-weight handspun yarn that I spun from two art batts made with soft merino wool, baby alpaca, bamboo, and baby camel down.
I think this is my favorite handspun of recent time.
Monet's Houses of Parliament
Worsted-Weight Handspun Yarn
210 yards / 4.6 oz / 2 ply
85% merino wool, 5% baby alpaca, 5% bamboo, 5% baby camel down
Care: Hand wash cold and air dry
ABOUT MY HANDSPUN YARN
Each skein of handspun yarn is a unique creation. I have been spinning since 2003, and I love created handspun yarn that truly looks handspun with variation and extra features. This yarn is fantastic for knitting and for weaving. For knitting, I recommend going up a needle size or two in order to allow the extra space for the thicker parts. For weaving, I love using handspun as the weft. There's nothing like it!