*YARN SET "Chromophore"

various options
8 available

€158.00

price incl. VAT for shipment within the EU, plus shipping cost

€132.77

price exkl. VAT for shipment to non-EU countries, plus shipping cost

Nettopreis: €132.77
Content: 600 Gramm (€26.33 * / 100 Gramm)

Product information

NB: We only stock a limited number of  our "originals" yarn sets, which means that the yarn will most likely be dyed especially for you. In this case your order will be ready for shipment within 3-4 weeks. If you need it urgently, please send us a note before ordering to check ready-to-ship availability.

This yarn set includes 6 skeins (4 skeins of Cottage Merino and 2 skeins of KidMohair Lace) for the CHROMOPHORE shawl by Thien-Kieu Lam, published in the Winter 2020 issue of PomPom Quarterly. If you would like to purchase the magazine, too, please use this link.

Chromophore is a rectangluar shawl worked flat from end to end. One skein of Cottage Merino and one skein of KidMohair Lace are held together throughout with different shades of Cottage Merino used for each section.

The orange version uses:

1 skein of Cottage Merino each in "Peach Pop", "Fire Lily", "Summer Sorbet" and "Pomodoro"


2 skeins of Kid Mohair Lace in "Pomodoro"

 

The purple version uses:

1 skein of Cottage Merino each in "Secret", "Envy", "Smoky", "Nightshade"
2 skeins of Kid Mohair Lace in "Envy"

This listing is only for the yarn, the pattern is not included. It is available for purchase here:
https://www.walkcollection.com
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/chromophore

base

Cottage Merino, Kid Mohair Lace

material

100% New Wool, 70% Mohair 30% Silk

specifics

Merino - mulesing free

yarn weight

Lace Weight, Heavy Sock Weight

yardage per skein

394yd / 100g, 460yd / 100g

sales unit

6 skeins (4skeins Cottage Merino // 2 skeins KidMohair Lace)

unit weight

500g

ready to dispatch in

3-4 weeks after payment

delivery time

3-6 weeks (depending on destination)

Care

Cold hand wash recommended. Lay flat to dry.

Color information

Dyes are applied merely by hand so there is a natural variation within hanks of the same dye lot. To maintain an even appearance in larger projects I would suggest to alternate skeins while knitting.

I take great care photographing my items, but please take into account that colours might vary slightly due to different monitors.