DK from Hello Gavriella (PREORDER)

$28.00  

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All colors are derived from a mixture of plants, vegetables and fruits that are provided from the earth around us. Each skein has been dyed with the utmost intention to bring you a beautiful range of colors.

Hello Gavriella creates soft, dreamy colorways with her natural dyes. She is a total inspiration! We are lucky enough to be her first stockist. 

Merino wool is known for its softness, shine and breathability. It ranges in different types, measured by microns which are used to determine the diameter of the wool fiber. The smaller the number, the finer the fiber. Merino is a durable and naturally insulating fiber. 

  • DK-weight
  • 100% non-superwash merino
  • 100 g / 246 yds / 224 m
  • Naturally hand dyed in the heart of Texas

Yarn Characteristics

  • Bouncy fabric 
  • Smooth ply
  • Great stitch definition
  • A sweaters dream!

Care Instructions

Soak in cool gentle water with your favorite PH neutral wool wash and lay flat to dry. Do not ring yarn to avoid excessive bleeding

All hand dyed yarn is unique and no two skeins will be exactly alike. Please purchase enough yarn to complete your project. Alternating skeins is the best way to prevent possible pooling, flashing or a sudden shift of color. It's easy! Just work 1-2 row stripes from two balls of yarn (carrying the yarn up the side).

We try hard to capture the essence of each colorway, but please keep in mind that colors may vary from monitor to monitor.

**PREORDERS, Expect 4-6 wks before delivery**

Meet the Maker

Hello Gavriella
Hello Gavriella is botanically dyed yarn out of Texas. Gavriella uses natural dyes and inventive practices to create a dreamy, neutral palette that is both stunning and subtle. Every colorway is destined to become a sweater! She is also a knitwear designer and has a beautiful catalog of patterns, each one maintaining a non-fussy and wearable style.
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