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Artyarns

Silk Mohair by Artyarns

Colour
348 Magenta Cloud SM
380 Ballet Slippers SM
H11 Blackberry Sorbet SM
299 Serrano Pepper SM
H19 Ganache SM
511 Maple Fall SM
378 Chartreuse SM
285 Green Apple SM
2386 Aruba SM
2363 Clear Aqua SM
2385 Summer Sky SM
235 Imperial Purple SM
101 Hummingbird SM
602 Blancmange SM
327 Tea Rose SM
247 Gunmetal SM
H29 Sunset SM
242 Raspberry SM
347 Flaxen SM
202 Peach SM
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  • We are huge fans of this yarn. Think Shibui Silk Cloud, only hand-painted and exquisite!

    Artyarns Silk Mohair yarn is the highest quality Silk-Mohair blend we've ever found. Gorgeous, soft halo from the top-tier mohair, and fabulous lustre and shine from the high silk content (40% as compared to 28-30% in other brands of silk-mohair). This stuff isn't like your run-of-the-mill silk-mo.

    Absolutely no scratchiness, no plastic/acrylic. This yarn has been hand-painted by artisans, not machine dyed, so each skein has depth and interest.

    And with a generous 285m per 25g skein, you can create almost weightless garments and accessories from this ultra-soft yarn. Or hold it together with another yarn to give it the ultimate upgrade, both in softness and colour!  

    Many of the colours we stock in this Silk Mohair are available in Merino Cloud and Beaded Silk & Sequins too, if you fancy getting matchy.

     

  • Ingredients:
    60% Fine Kid Mohair
    40% Mulberry Silk

    Length:
    285m (320yd)

    Weight:
    25g

    Gauge:
    Lace
    3.25mm (US 3) - 5mm (US 8)
    20 st = 10cm (4")

  • 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

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