If you ever visit Sedona, be sure to hike West Fork just to the north. It's a hidden gem of a forest in the midst of the desert full of flowing water and huge rocks and beautiful shades of green. In the fall, it's even more beautiful with all the autumn colors. We hiked it when the colors were changing. There's red, mulberry, orange, yellow, pine green, midnight blue, eggplant, teal green, beige, reddish brown, and gold, and I used all those colors to make this yarn.
I dyed it using my splashed and speckled method, which means every skein will be different--same colors but different placement of those colors.
West Fork in Autumn on So Silky Sock
437 Yards / 3.5 oz / 4 Plies
50% Superwash Merino / 50% Mulberry Silk
Care: Hand wash cold and air dry.
West Fork in Autumn would go beautifully with Eggplant or Forest Green.
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