November 26th, 2013
This week’s tip comes from Sara Delaney, WEBS Marketing Coordinator. Sara has a great idea for what to do with those little skeins of handspun you may have sitting around.
Sometimes you have that perfect little braid of fiber, 4oz or less, that spins up into a gorgeous yarn, but you don’t end up with much yardage ,so it languishes in your stash. Languish no more, little skeins! Pair that handspun with a skein of sparkly mohair and make a simple cowl with alternating stripes. You won’t even have to purl! You’ll have great visual interest with the different yarn weights and sparkle, as well a textural interest with the mohair.
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