I thought I share with you my lovely purchases from the Yarn Company in New York…
what do you think?
Top left is a lovely hank of sock yarn, exclusively dyed by Tilli Tomas for The Yarn Company which I thought I make into a pair of socks for my dearest hubby. He did after all pay for the trip to NYC and so deserves a little something for that kindness. I will come up with a little cabled number to keep his toes toastie I think.
Next and top right are two hanks of Hand Maiden yarn to be made into a shawl yet to be designed. This is a 70% Silk/30% Camel yarn with the most incredible sheen and super super soft, perfect for snuggleness around the neck.
Bottom left are two hanks of Hedgehog Fibres sock yarn. These will be made into Stephen West’s Cumulonimbus shawl which is one of the west-knits official shawl club patterns.
Last, but by NO means least, bottom right is a most scrummy hank of Briar Rose Fibre. A fingering weight of 50% Merino/50% Tencel, this yarn is buttery soft with subtle sheen and I have already dreamed up a perfect pattern in my head for it.
I didn’t go mad, just enough to keep me busy over the next few month’s. It was hard to choose with so much loveliness on display and I could easily have gone completely mad standing in front of these shelves. I opted for yarns that we can’t easily find in the UK and I am really happy with my choices.
Happy Knitting 🙂