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Mini Ombré Merino Cloud Fade Set

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  • We couldn't resist these super beautiful fade sets in Ombré Merino Cloud. If you love the Ombré colours and transitions but want a little more control, these are perfect for you!

    These Ombré hand-painted yarns are an ingenious mash-up of variegation and self-striping, with much longer sections of individual colours than regular variegated yarns, but more blended transitions than self-striping yarns.

    Combining our favourite yarn bases with our favourite yarn with our favourite colours of the season and our favourite dye technique, these kits are a dream come true!

    The set includes:
    5 x 50g skeins of iconic Merino Cloud (80% Extra Fine Merino, 20% Cashmere); 5 x 200m/50g
    Pattern download codes for Sunset Poncho and V-Neck Fade Sweater (as pictured)

    Each and every skein is hand-painted by artisans at the Artyarns studio.

    [PS - Merino Cloud has a great deal of loft. It is soft enough to be worked as a fingering weight on 3.75mm needles (yielding 5.5 sts per inch) or as a heavy fingering on 4mm needles (yielding 5 sts per inch), or as a dk weight on 4.5mm needles (yielding 4.5 sts per inch).

    Because of the loft in the yarn in fills in nicely and does not result in too-holey fabric. Because of the softness in the yarn, it can actually be knitted even on 2mm (size 0) needles, and would still not be too stiff!]

  • Ingredients:
    5 x Merino Cloud (80% Extra Fine Merino, 20% Cashmere); 1094yd/1000m/250g


  • Artyarns was founded in 2002 by Iris Schreier, a celebrated knitwear author whose work appears in major knitting media outlets. 

    Artyarns fibers are manufactured in the United States. We strongly believe in local sourcing of materials and equipment. We utilize energy efficient systems and sustainable materials. Artyarns collaborates only with countries who follow International Labor Organization Standards.

    Before the art of knitting comes the art of yarn