Posts Tagged ‘fingering’

Reinvent

Tuesday, July 26th, 2016

This month we are highlighting an exciting new addition to our early Fall line up.  Reinvent is a fingering weight yarn with a backstory that connects the dots all the way from South Africa to Canada.  Getting its name from a harmonious blend of reclaimed fibres (surplus in the milling process) wool, mohair, silk and nylon are spun together creating a very versatile yarn with four plies.  The wool base provides supple texture and warmth, while the mohair creates a soft halo effect with a splurge of silk for sheen and nylon for maximum durability.  Hand dyed by Ancient Arts, an indie-based company in Calgary, Alberta, this luscious yarn has arrived in our Toronto warehouse fully-stocked and ready to tempt knitters with more than thirty unique colourways.

Reinvent for shawls, socks, cowls, scarves and much more…..

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Inuit Art- A mesmerizing mélange of earthy hues intermingled with a subtle base of violet grey.

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Syrah By Moonlight- A tantalizing blend of deep crimson reds sweetened with just a hint of cherry blossom.

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Water Lily Blue- An icy cool swirl of aqua blue with light and lively undertones.

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Frolic- Deep and mysterious layers revealing intense hues inspired by Emily Carr and her iconic paintings depicting the Pacific Northwest Coast.

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Calico Cat-  Just one of the purr-fectly charming colourways in the MEOW YARN COLLECTION.